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Buy Cements as Filling or Fixing Materials
Different forms of cement are used in restorative dentistry, such as cements for fillings and fixing cements to integrate tooth implants. While they are applied easily, they also present an advantageous price-performance ratio in comparison to amalgam, composite or plastic fillings. Moreover, statutory health insurances bear all expenses for this kind of dental equipment.
The material stands out thanks to its many possible applications, e.g. as a provisional filling or a provisional way to attach crowns or bridges. In addition to the classic zinc phosphate cement, we offer many new types such as zinc polycarboxylate cement, glass ionomer cement and plastic-reinforced glass ionomer cement.
Dental Cements as Lining Materials
For the filling and restorative treatment of teeth affected by caries, tooth cement is often used as a lining material beneath plastic, amalgam or composite fillings. The carious dentin is removed from the tooth to completely rid the tooth from caries. The dental cavity is then drained of saliva and other liquids before introducing the cement.
Dental cement has been used for decades as restorative material for prosthetic treatments, or to make fillings for milk teeth. Dentists can also make use of temporary cement fillings, should diseased teeth need an inlay or onlay. They are easy to remove and thus a perfect temporary solution.
Our cement can be bought as a powder to be manually mixed with liquids, or you can order convenient, prefilled capsules.
Dental Cements as Fixing Materials
Today, dental cement is the most commonly used restorative material in dentistry to fix crowns, bridges and ceramic fillings. The powder and liquids are mixed a metal spatula on a cool, dry surface.
Glass surfaces are particularly suited to mix the materials as they divert reaction heat, preventing the cement from hardening prematurely. As soon as the right consistency is achieved, the material can be filled into the degreased, dry crowns to insert the denture. Subsequently, the hardened cement can easily be removed from the tooth, gumline or bridge without leaving any residue.
As an interesting alternative, prefilled caps can be used to integrate fixed dentures, such as bridges, crowns or inlays. Our OptiCaps are particularly easy to dose without leaving excess cement. With help of capsule mixers, their blending is bubble free and homogenous. In addition, the dental cement can be inserted into the denture right from the capsule. Nowadays, there are even dental cements in different shades to integrate partly transparent crowns into visible tooth structures. They can be adjusted to the tooth stump and adjacent teeth.
Only a short time period is needed for the denture to be fully functional. Provisional cement is the a perfect solution, should a denture only be a temporary restoration. Despite its stability and adhesive properties, it can be removed effortlessly. Discover our cements to prepare temporary fillings, lining materials, and restorative materials for temporary or definitive restorations.
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