September 12th 2023
This new adhesive system is optimized for use with 3D printed indirect dental restorations.
May 16th 2023
The new powder is designed for efficient preparation of rough surfaces.
July 1st 2022
Presenting the Dental Product Innovations Named Winners of the 2022 Cellerant Best of Class Technology Award.
April 26th 2022
This new cement for Kuraray Noritake is indicated for veneer cases and offers a variety of features for a highly esthetic smile.
Predictable and Unbreakable Bonds are Fundamental
Why many Catapult Education evaluators rated the Peak Universal Bond adhesive system the one they are most likely to use.
The Hybrid Layer: The Chemistry Lesson You Likely Forgot from Dental School
Here’s a quick review of this crucial and complex chemistry lesson you probably forgot about since you graduated and why it matters to your bonding.
What Is MDP and Why is it an MVP for Bonding?
Many of today’s universal adhesives have moved to MDP in their material makeup. We find out why and what you need to know about it for your restorative technique and outcomes.
Dental Cementation Materials: Getting the Best Out of a Sticky Situation
There is no shortage of options for the cement material you choose. Here are a few things to know about dental cement when selecting the one that works best for you.
Closer Look: Let Your Patients Try Before They Buy
Why one clinician uses Opotow Trial Cement from Waterpik to let every crown and bridge patient test the restoration’s fit before permanent placement.
Composite Material: When You Should Go With The Flowable
How a composite material works in your hands is an essential consideration when choosing restorative materials. However, there are times when you should go with the flowable.
5Ws* Provicol QM Aesthetic
This temporary cement from VOCO America is formulated to secure restorations without discoloration.
BISCO releases TheraBase self-adhesive
How to choose between cement-retained or screw-retained implants
The pros and cons of these two implant types and when each should be implemented.
The Importance of Prep Design in Material Selection
How choosing the right adhesives and dental materials for each indication can result in restorative success.
Etching techniques unpacked
Breaking down indications for etching and how to choose the best approach.
Review Your Cement Inventory to Increase Flexibility, Decrease Costs
Here’s how to decide which cements to stock and what to keep in mind when choosing systems.
Dental cements 101
An overview of dental cement types and proper indications for use.
The Pros and Cons of Bioactive Cements
Bioactive cements have their benefits—and their drawbacks.
Best practices for excess cement cleanup
Simplifying the cement removal process to reduce headaches for both doctors and patients.
The Supporting Cast of Adhesive Dentistry
The tools, instruments, and supplies to have on hand for adhesive success.
Best practices for adopting a new dental adhesive
Implementing a new adhesive system can be daunting, but there are several steps that can minimize the struggle.
How to avoid adhesive technique mistakes
Identifying the biggest adhesive mistakes and how to rectify them.
What property is most important when choosing a dental adhesive?
Exploring the importance of balancing considerations for dental adhesives.
Dental adhesives explained
Unpacking the different iterations of adhesives and what they bring to the table, from first-generation materials to universals.
Are universal adhesives truly universal?
Universal adhesives may not be indicated for all situations.
Can a bond be too strong?
Everyone wants a strong bond, but is can there be too much of a good thing?
Key differences between bonding to dentin versus enamel
A closer look at what makes dentin bonding so much more complex than enamel bonding.
Best practices for temporary cements
Best practices for temporary cements-What to consider when selecting temporary dental cements and seating provisional restorations.
Why you should always clean restorations after try-in
The battle against contamination can mean life or death for a restoration.
How bond strengths are measured
A look at the testing procedures used to determine the bond strengths dental materials achieve
Stuck on you: The history of dental adhesives
How the dental adhesives we know and love evolved from early discoveries that changed the way we practice restorative dentistry.
What to look for when cementing thin-walled restorations
Why identifying appropriate cement choices and proper handling are key to successful results with veneers and other esthetic restorations.
4 tips for better results when cementing glass ceramics
Picking up the pieces when a dental restoration fails
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