Free E-book: Your guide to achieving successful cementation

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There are several points to consider in order to achieve successful cementation of indirect restorations.

There are several points to consider in order to achieve successful cementation of indirect restorations. The ability to bond predictably depends on how well both the tooth surface and the internal surface of the restoration are bonded. Bonding to the tooth surface is more challenging than bonding to the restorative surface in all areas of adhesive dentistry. Advancements in adhesive technology show that the MDP monomer provides a very high and stable bond to the tooth structure and provides a low film thickness. The low film thickness serves to prevent interference with the seating of the restoration.

In this e-book sponsored by Kuraray Dental, you’ll learn about:

  • The types of commercial cementation to use

  • How to achieve a successful bond to a ceramic surface

  • How to silanate a ceramic surface

  • How to remove excess cement

  • How to properly cure cement

  • How to achieve an esthetic restoration 

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