- Fluoride release (Anticariogenic effect)
- Proper working time and fast setting time (less chair time)
- Excellent mechanical strength
- Excellent biocompatibility
- Thermal expansion similar to natural teeth
- Excellent radiopacity
- BPA (Bisphenol A, including it’s derivatives) and HEMA Free
- Great marginal adaptation
- Low acid erosion
- Low solubility and no shrinkage
How to use:[Powder and liquid dispensing]
- The standard powder to liquid ratio is 2.3/1.0g. (1 level scoop of powder to 1 drop of liquid)
- For accurate dispensing of powder, lightly tap the bottle against the hand. Do not shake or invert.
- Hold the liquid bottle vertically and squeeze gently to prevent bubbles.
- Close bottle immediately after use. If the liquid get on the discharge pot, wipe with alcohol cotton.
- Dispense powder and liquid onto the pad.
- Using plastic spatula, divide the powder into 2 equal parts.
- Mix the first portion with whole liquid for 10 seconds.
- Incorporate the remaining portion and mix the whole thoroughly for 15-20 seconds. (Total: within 30 seconds)
- Prepare he cavity with minimizing teeth deleted. (For pulp capping, use Calcum Hydroxide)
- Wash and dry but do not desiccate. GIC cavity conditioner or FineEtch (Spident) is recommended for removing smear layer
- Mix the required amount and transfer cement to the preparation using a syringe or suitable placement instrument. Avoid air bubbles.
- Form a contour and place a matrix if required during the first 2 minutes of setting.
- Once set, remove the matrix and immediately apply cocontu oil, dental varnish (blow dry) or GIC coat material.
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