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BISCO makes it EASY with eCEMENT

The benefits of a beautiful smile are more valuable than ever! Laboratory milling/pressing of esthetic crowns and veneers is trending toward replacing traditional metal cast crowns thereby satisfying the patient’s desire for more esthetically – pleasing restorations. The hidden beauty of these restorations is they can be sealed to enamel/dentin leading to improved strength, longer last­ing beauty and margins that merge with the tooth!

 
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Bisco's eCEMENT in Everyday Porcelain Cementation

Dentistry is undergoing major innova¬tions in the arena of dental ceramics and bonding cements. New ceramic materi¬als are continually being introduced to the dental profession. These materials need reliable adhesion cements such as eCEMENT from BISCO

 
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Cutting-Edge Cementation – The Best Cement Just Got Better Introducing DUO-LINK UNIVERSAL™

BISCO is proud to introduce the next advancement in adhesive cementation – DUO-LINK UNIVERSAL! With its high radiopacity, extremely simple clean-up, industry leading strength, and superior chemistry – you’ll now only need one cement for all your indirect restorations!

 
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Should You Switch Adhesives – Even if You’re Satisfied?

The title of this brief article is one of the most common questions I am asked. Up until recently, my response was to ask the clinician if they were happy with the results they were obtaining. If they were, I’d recommend staying with their current adhesive, which may have been providing “acceptable” results. Often, I may have replied in jest, “if it ain’t broke, why fix it?” In retrospect, I now recognize how little I truly understood the importance of how a quality adhesive with superior charac​

 
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Does Dentistry Now Have the Ideal Core Material?

Self-cure core pastes and light-cured hybrid composites lack the combination of flow, strength and void-free adhesive interfaces required in esthetic restorative dentistry. The current economics of dental practice and time constraints by our patients are causing dentists to demand that core materials offer the versatility of post cementation, traditional core rehabilitation as well as low shrink dentin replacement. BISCO’s CORE-FLO DC formula was inspired by dentists.

 
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SELECT HV® ETCH: HIGH VISCOSITY ETCHANT

SELECT HV ETCH is a superior 35% high viscosity phosphoric etch available with Benzalkonium Chloride (BAC), a known antimicrobial agent. SELECT HV ETCH is a “Universal” etchant specifically formulated for pinpoint placement on both enamel and dentin ensuring intimate enamel etching and virtually eliminating tissue clot disruption and bleeding caused by excessive etch run-off following its placement onto cervical dentin margins.

 
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BISCO: Creating Solutions to Clinical Challenges! Bonding to Zirconia, Alumina and Metal with Z-PRIME™ Plus

Zirconia-based restorations and reinforced glass ceramics are the fastest growing segment in the North American laboratory market. Zirconia’s high strength and fracture toughness are two of its unique advantages compared to current glass filled ceramic systems. Zirconia has a flexural strength (900-1100 MPa) that is 5x greater than current ceramics; 2x as strong as alumina, and 3x as strong as e.max lithium disilicates.

 
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Tips For Best Clinical Success – BisCover™ LV

LESS IS MORE: The best results are achieved when you start with the right amount of material on the brush. Avoid using excess material as shown in Figure 1. It is easier and more effective to apply an extra layer if necessary than to remove excess. In addition, by applying the correct amount, the yellow color of the material will disappear during the curing process.

 
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BisCover™ LV – Low Viscosity, Maximum Versatility

Before the advent of Bisco’s breakthrough BisCover™ Liquid Polish technology in 2003, the category of resin glazing products had very limited capabilities. They were indicated for extraoral use only, for provisional restorations. Most contained methyl methacrylate and had a strong unpleasant odor. They could only be cured with a halogen light and most cured with an oxygen inhibition layer that needed to be removed.

 
 
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