Denali Corporation introduces Harmony implant cement

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Peri-implantitis has become an important long-term failure mechanism of implants due to non-detected excess cement.

Peri-implantitis has become an important long-term failure mechanism of implants due to non-detected excess cement.

To avoid this problem, Denali Corporation's Harmony implant cement is highly radiopaque, allowing easy radiographic diagnosis and is also enamel white providing excellent visual observation.

Harmony, a dual-cure cement, provides on-demand curing and has a low film thickness and a low solubility for intermediate to long-term cementation of implant crowns. Harmony is also recommended for provisional cementation of crowns and bridges on natural teeth. Harmony is provided in a 9-gram syringe and 10 auto mixing tips.

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