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Doxa’s Ceramir Crown & Bridge ushers in a new class of luting cements with nanostructurally integrating bioceramics. Manufactured by Doxa...
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3M ESPE's Durelon is a fluoride-releasing, hand-mix cement with a relatively neutral pH value that reduces post-cementation sensitivity,...
PeriAcryl90 High Viscosity Oral Tissue Adhesive is an easy to control cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive that is useful in dental surgeries. •...
PolyCarb WaterSet is a water-activated polycarboxylate cement recommended for temporary and permanent cementation of crowns, bridges,...
FlecksZinc Phosphate Cement is used for cementing crowns, inlays, fixed bridgework, orthodontic bands, temporary fillings and as a base...
Zinc Cement is a Type 1, Class II permanent cement with fine particle size for accurate seating of precision appliances and other uses....
Bosworth's SuperEBA functions as an all-purpose alumina-fortified material ideal for final cementation of a single crown or inlay or for...
Tylok-Plus is an anhydrous polycarboxylate cement designed to be mixed with distilled water to activate the polyacrylic acid and initiate...
Ivoclar Vivadent introduces Variolink Esthetic, a dual-curing adhesive cement that provides dentists with...
Hy-BondZinc Phosphate Cement seals dentinal tubules and minimizes post-operative sensitivity. This dental cement is used for seating...
Multilink Hybrid Abutment cement is a self-curing luting composite for the permanent extraoral cementation of ceramic structures made of...
FynalCrown & Bridge Cement is a zinc oxide-eugenol (ZOE) composition cement designed for the final cementation of finished metal and PFM...

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