Bonding Agents, Adhesives & Etchants

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Adhesives(66)
Bonding Agents & Adhesives Miscellaneous(30)
Bonding Multiple Component Separate Etch(19)
Bonding Self etching(94)
Bonding Single Component(35)
Etchant Extraoral(8)
Etchant Intraoral(43)
Silane Ceramic and Zirconia Repair Kits(23)
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3M
Apex Dental Materials, Inc.
Bisco, Inc
Chameleon Dental Products
Coltene
Denmat Holdings, Llc
Dentsply Sirona Restorative
GC AMERICA
Henry Schein
Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.
Kerr Dental
Kulzer, LLC
Kuraray America Inc.
Pac-Dent, Inc.
Pentron Clinical
PREAT Corporation
PREMIER DENTAL PRODUCTS CO.
Pulpdent Corporation
SDI, Inc.
Septodont
Shofu Dental Corporation
Silmet Dental
Voco America, Inc.
Self Etch
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Phosphoric Acid
Hydrofluoric Acid
Citric Acid
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Bonding Single Component CATEGORY DESCRIPTION

Single component adhesives are a recognizable part of any operatory that’s treating patients with dental caries. The components are premixed to their final proportion making it easy to use and quick to apply to patients’ oral cavities. However, this process also requires something to initiate the bond, which in dental work, is done through the process of curing.

Curing works in conjunction with bonding single components. By themselves, these adhesives are liquids and chemically blocked and need to be hardened in order to bond. In order to activate the bonding agent, high temperature, change in environment, or media like light or humidity initiates the curing mechanism.  

For dental work, heat curing is a popular way to bond component adhesives. Heat curing devices are small enough to fit in your hand and powerful enough that it takes barely any time at all. This is the most familiar and fast way to bonding the single component adhesives, prioritizing expediency and the needs of the patient. Since the invention of the curing light, modern dental technology has advanced from larger halogen curing lights to portable LED innovations that made the process only a couple seconds long.

Another advantage to heat curing is its long-lasting positive effects on the oral cavity. When treating an oral cavity with heat, the activated hardened bond between the adhesive and tooth is heat resistant and chemical resistant, which generally makes the tooth more resilient to be affected by environmental damage.  

Most modern dental products are advanced enough to have a simple and easy process for restoring surfaces and substrates with direct and indirect application. Using heat curing technology, this makes treatment that involves adhesives to be a smooth process comfortable for clinicians and patients alike. When it comes to dental work, having a bonding single component adhesive is a necessary part of any operatory.

 

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ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL

Bisco, Inc

Combining etching, priming, and bonding, BISCO created ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL, an ethanol/water-based dental adhesive that bonds to dentin, as well as cut and uncut enamel. ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL can be...

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Unlike other adhesives, the nanoparticles will not clump or settle, so no shaking is required before use. Adper Single Bond Plus adhesive...
Combining etching, priming, and bonding, BISCO created ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL, an ethanol/water-based dental adhesive that bonds to dentin,...
3M ESPE Filtek Supreme Ultra and Scotchbond Universal 3M ESPE designed these products to work together to provide patients with esthetic...
Using proven chemistry, Prime&Bond Elect provides clinicians with versatility and ease of use.• Virtually no sensitivity• Low film...
The filler not only reinforces the hybrid zone but also penetrates the dentin tubules, creating a true “structured bond” not found in...
The versatility, strength, and speed of 3M’s Scotchbond Universal Adhesive combine to make it a truly universal adhesive. It can be used...
ExciTE F, a light-curing, total etch adhesive, is indicated for cases where curing-light exposure is ensured. ExciTE F DSC, a dualcuring...
The Class II Total Practice Solution from DENTSPLY Caulk contains all 5 products needed for strong, reliable, esthetic class II...
IntegraBond from Premier Dental is a convenient, 2-in-1 bonding agent that is known for its consistency. The 2-in-1 design combines the...
Prime & Bond NT is a leading-edge total etch bonding agent and is the standard for efficiency and strength.
IntegraBond Auto-Cure Activator from Premier Dental is a convenient, 2-in-1 bonding agent that is known for its consistency. The 2-in-1...
iBOND Total Etch from Heraeus is an etch and rinse 2-step bonding system that achieves high bond strengths to enamel and dentin, but also...

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    Easy and simple. That’s how a Dental Product Shopper evaluator described Bond Force bonding agent from Tokuyama America. And the illustration certainly bears that out. In just 3 simple steps—apply, air dry, light cure—Bond Force is in place and doing its job. As a dental patient, easy and simple (and quick) works for me, and I imagine those...

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