Cements

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Premier Implant Cement is a noneugenol resin cement designed for implant-retained crowns and is suitable for temporary cementation of...
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Multilink Implant is indicated for adhesive cementation of indirect restorations made of metal, metalceramic, glass-ceramic, and...
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The low solubility results in a good marginal seal. Its two-stage cure features an initial gel phase for easy removal of excess cement....
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There’s no bonding, priming, or silanating required when using Retrieve. It is slightly flexible and does a great job holding onto metal...
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Telio CS Cem Implant is indicated for semi-permanent cementation of the following restorative materials on implant abutments made of...
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DentoTemp is a long term temporary cement ideal for permanent cementation of implant-retain crowns and is also efficient in cases of...
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Taub Dental introduces Zero-G Bio Implant Cement, a dual-cure cement for intermediate to long-term cementation of implant-retained...

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  • Allison Walker

    Dentists are placing more implants than ever. One of the challenges during the procedure is complete removal of cement after an implant-retained restoration is seated because it can be hard to see. Taub Products developed Zero-G Bio-Implant Cement to help dentists more easily visualize and remove excess cement on implant-retained restorations....

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  • Samantha Negraval

    The global dental implants market is expected to reach $6.54 billion by 2025, an increase from its valuation of $3.6 billion in 2016, according to a report by Transparency Market Research (TMR). Between 2017 and 2025, the market is projected to expand at a combined annual growth rate of 6.9%. TMR cites the rising incidence of periodontal disease...

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  • Sean Grady, DDS

    Surgical placement of the dental implant is a complicated procedure and is often seen as the most difficult step in the implant to restoration process. A poorly placed implant not only significantly increases the likelihood of failure, but, assuming the implant does integrate, will also make the restoration difficult depending on angulation,...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Have you heard that Super Glue was used to seal battle wounds in World War II? Although it’s a fantastic story, it’s not true. A British woman, however, took do-it-yourself dentistry to a new level and repaired her own teeth with Super Glue for 10 years – just to avoid the dentist! Angie Barlow, who appears in the BBC documentary "The Truth...

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  • Marie

    The finishing and polishing portion of a restoration may not be the most important elements of a procedure in terms of oral health (although they can minimize plaque accumulation and the risk of staining and degradation). But to the patient, these final steps often matter the most. While the dentist has already done much of the technically...

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  • Marie

    You already know that teeth whitening can help your patients look and feel better. You also know it can increase your bottom line. But do you know whether offering teeth whitening products and services could be an even bigger revenue generator for your practice? Kulzer, which makes the Venus White teeth whitening system, has some recommendations...

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