Drs. Flucke and Graham on the unique, 'game-changing' Ceramir cement [VIDEO]

August 27, 2013
Greta Lieske
Issue 8

Dr.  John Flucke says he wasn’t sold right away on Doxa’s Ceramir cement, but now admits he “couldn’t have been more wrong.”

Dr.  John Flucke says he wasn’t sold right away on Doxa’s Ceramir cement, but now admits he “couldn’t have been more wrong.”

“It’s a game changing product,” he tells Dr. Lou Graham in this week’s episode of “Product Review with John and Lou: Tips, Tricks and Truth.”

Ceramir Crown and Bridge is a bioceramic dental cement for permanent cementation of conventional prosthetics, including all-ceramic constructions with frames of aluminum oxide or zirconium dioxide (alumina and zirconia).

This cement is easy to use, has excellent retention and provides a permanent and stable seal of the interface with a high pH for permanent acid resistance.

“The beauty of the technique is it’s an opaque white material and after 3 minutes,” Graham explains, “… the assistant or you can simply clean it like a resin ionomer cement and it peels right off. You got to love it.”

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