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Tokuyama Universal Bond is a 2-component self-cured universal bonding agent for both direct and indirect restorations that can be used...
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PREAT Corporation eFiber Perio Kit includes two 10cm units of eFiber 1.2mm PERIO, one silicon tool and user instructions.
PREAT Corporation provides a smaller diameter fiber ideal for direct bonding, periodontic splinting and orthodontic applications.
PREAT Corporation designed for indirect applications only.
Strength (glass fibers and bonding!) increase over 1000% over metal reinforcement.
PREAT Corporation eFiber Ortho Kit includes two 10cm units of eFiber 1.2mm, one 2mL syringe of flowable composite, one silicon tool, an...
PREAT Corporation eFiber CB is a BIS GMA and PMMA impregnated glass fiber designed for both chairside and laboratory applications.
Copalite SnapBond is a one-step dentin bonding agent from Cooley & Cooley that bonds, desensitizes, and adheres to both dentin and...
Hu-Friedy announces the launch of Shine reNEW Instrument Wipes to their line of cleaning and care products. Hu-Friedy Shine reNEW...
Philips' Moxie TE and Moxie SE are acetone-free and solvent free, light-curable adhesives that deliver excellent bond strength.
Temrex's V-Bond is a veneer bonding system with superior strength that promotes void-free margins. It is available in 3 basic shades that...
Iperbond Ultra is indicated for adhesive bond of composites to enamel and dentin, ceramics and metal, as well as for dentin sealing. ...

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  • Marty Jablow, DMD

    Direct composite restorations are the bread and butter of a general dentistry office. And while the bonding agents and composites that we use to facilitate these restorations are constantly evolving to create better and longer-lasting results, many dentists fall into the trap of sticking with the same materials they’ve used for years and...

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  • Sara Grillo

    There’s no doubt about it: we’re living in a material world. A restorative material world, that is, and one that is becoming increasingly challenging to navigate. Case in point: universal bonding agents. Most manufacturers have altered their adhesive formulas to accommodate all etching techniques as well as ensure chemical compatibility with all...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Some of the biggest companies in digital dentistry are also staying on the cutting-edge of material technology. KaVo Kerr is one of the manufacturers working to streamline the inventory of products needed for permanent cementation of a CAD/CAM restoration, therefore simplifying the final steps of the chairside workflow.

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  • Samantha Negraval

    It’s not surprising that many dentists have an armamentarium of cements for direct or indirect restorations, and they likely have their favorites depending on the procedure at hand. They may or may not agree that using a cement and bonding agent from the same manufacturer is a “necessity.” However, it’s important to keep in mind that companies...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    If dentistry is to advance as a profession, it’s important that manufacturers of restorative materials continue to improve their products even after they receive accolades for the first generation. Sometimes it takes a few years, but when the next generation of the product is finally available, it’s worth the wait. That appears to be the case...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    While much attention is given to the digital evolution of dentistry over the last several years, the “cosmetic revolution” brought about by advancements in adhesive technology can’t be overshadowed. The year was 1955 when Dr. Michael Buonocore first discovered that he could adhere to enamel using acid. Today’s bonding agents have only mild...

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