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Product Description
BISCO’s TheraCem is a self-etching, self-adhesive, dual-cured resin luting cement that is exclusively formulated for luting crowns, bridges, inlays, and onlays, as well as prefabricated metal and nonmetal fiber posts and cast posts. This fluoride- and calcium-releasing cement requires no etching and no priming or bonding of the prepared surfaces. Easy to use and requiring only a short chair time, TheraCem produces a good bond to most dental materials. It is available in natural shade and is radiopaque, allowing for easy identifi cation on radiographs.


Easy auto mix, excellent handling, effortless cleanup, and a reliable strong bond for indirect restorations. When cementing indirect restorations, dentists need a resin cement that requires minimal steps, is easy to handle and clean up, and, of course, has high bond strength. In addition to making life easier for the clinician, the perfect resin cement will provide continuous calcium and fluoride release to the patient with little or no postoperative sensitivity. After using BISCO’s TheraCem for a few weeks, Dr. Scott Schaffer de...

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Case Study

TheraCem - The Next Generation Cement by Joseph S. Kim, DDS

Indirect restorative materials have evolved rapidly over the past few years, providing clinicians with a variety of options to better serve their patients. However, more choices in the substrate material often result in more steps in the cementation protocol, usually with specific and additional procedures that address the peculiarities of the chosen material. In addition, a cement chosen to increase the retention of the indirect restoration comes with the cost of increased technique sensitivity and chair time to deliver the restoration. Dental cement technology represents one of the major advancements in restorative dentistry. For over a century, older cements...

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TheraCem: The NEXT GENERATION Cement!

BISCO has developed a new self-adhesive resin cement called TheraCem. See what all the hype is about!...

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