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RelyX Luting Cement

Product Description
RelyX Luting Cement from 3M ESPE Dental Products is an easy-to-use, hybrid glass ionomer permanent cement used for metal crowns, inlays and onlays, PFM, crowns and bridges, ceramic restorations, endodontic pins and posts, and orthodontic appliances. This strong, fast-setting cement has a mousse-like consistency, which allows easy mixing, loading, and seating. The zero solubility of this cement provides improved marginal integrity. High fracture toughness for durability Hybrid glass ionomer offers sustained fluoride release Low post-operative sensitivity for enhanced patient comfort

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RelyX Luting Cement
Technical Specification
Bond to Strength to Dentin MPA: 9 - 11 MPa
Compressive Stength: 111.7 +/- 26.0 MPa
Contains: Contains 1 (16 g) powder, 1 (9 ml) liquid, spoon, mixing pads, instructions and technique guides
Dual or Self Cure: Self Cure
Film Thickness: 0.017 +/- 0.0026 mm
Hardness: Low
Package Quantity: Each
Quantity: "16 g (0.56 ounces) Powder, 9 mL Liquid"
Radiopaque: Yes
Resin Modified: Yes
Set Time: 10 minutes
Tensile Bond: 21.9 +/- 4.4 MPa
Working Time: 2.5 minutes
Sku# 3505
RelyX Luting Cement - 16 g Powder Refill with Spoon
Technical Specification
Package Quantity: Each
Size: 16 g Bottle
Sku# 3505P

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