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Zirconia is Special: The Optimal Procedure for Zirconia Bonding

Zirconia-based restorations are the fastest growing segment in the North American laboratory market. Based on their aesthetics, biocompatibility, and mechanical properties, they can be used for various types of restorations, including crowns, bridges, endodontic posts, and implant abutments.

 
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New Filler Technology Leads to a Clinical Breakthrough

Restorative dentistry is evolving and clinicians are embracing more conservative and protective materials in their practices. There is no need to unnecessarily remove tooth structure in order to generate retention due to the advancements of bonding techniques and protocols. And even though, tooth preparations need to follow certain guidelines, much can be achieved with adhesive dentistry conservatively.

 
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Adhesion Dentistry 101

In 1955, Michael Buonocore, DDS docu¬mented the use of phosphoric acid to improve adhesion of resin to dental enamel. Since Dr. Buonocore’s observation, adhesion dentistry has played an important role in the evolution of dentistry. Bonding proce¬dures are performed by dentists every day, ranging from bonding orthodontic brackets to delivering stunning porcelain veneers. Because adhesion dentistry is such an indispensable part of the day to day practice of dentistry, a review of its principles w

 
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TheraCem - The Next Generation Cement

Indirect restorative materials have evolved rapidly over the past few years, providing clinicians with a variety of options to better serve their patients. However, more choices in the substrate material often result in more steps in the cementation protocol, usually with specific and additional procedures that address the peculiarities of the chosen material.

 
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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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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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