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OptiBond XTR Universal Self- Etch Adhesive by Kerr eliminates the need for a separate phosphoric acid etch by etching enamel and dentin successfully. The solution is extremely versatile and suitable for use with all self-cure or dual-cure resin cements and core build-up materials. The Unidose Into Kit contains 50 (0.18 ml) unidose self-etching primers, 50 (0.18 ml) unidose universal adhesives, 100 applicators, directions for use and 1 technique guide.
PRODUCT OPTIONS: OptiBond XTR
Kerr describes OptiBond XTR as the only bonding agent that combines the power and durability of a total-etch adhesive with the ease of use of a self-etch technique. The 15 dentists who participated in the Dental Product Shopper evaluation of OptiBond XTR rated and commented on several product features, including postoperative sensitivity, product performance, and ease of use. They also weighed in on their overall satisfaction with the product and told us whether they would purchase it in the future.
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