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TheraCem®

Delivering a strong bond to zirconia and most substrates, along with easy clean up and high radiopacity, TheraCem offers clinicians an effortless, reliable and durable cementation of indirect restorations.

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Description

Self-Adhesive Resin Cement

TheraCem is a dual-cured, calcium and fluoride-releasing, self-adhesive resin cement indicated for luting crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays and posts (prefabricated metal/non-metal/fiber posts). 

Delivering a strong bond to Zirconia and most substrates, along with easy clean-up and high radiopacity, TheraCem offers the clinician a reliable and durable cementation of indirect restorations. 

 

Unique Benefits:

  • Continuous calcium and fluoride release*
  • Transitions from acidic to alkaline pH in minutes*
  • Contains MDP, allowing for a strong bond to zirconia, metal, and alumina substrates without the use of a primer.
  • Specially formulated to allow for quick and easy clean-up
  • A high degree of conversion ensures a higher physical strength
  • Easy to identify on radiographs for quick and effective diagnosis
  • Easy auto-mix, dual-syringe provides a consistent mix for immediate delivery

 

Clinical Significance:

  • Delivers a strong bond to zirconia and most substrates with no priming or etching required
TheraCem®

Features & Benefits

Calcium & F release

Calcium & F release

Continuous calcium and fluoride release.

Alkaline pH

Alkaline pH

Transitions from acidic to alkaline pH in minutes.

Contains MDP

Contains MDP

Contains MDP, allowing for a strong bond to zirconia, metal, and alumina substrates without the use of a primer.

High Degree of Conversion

High Degree of Conversion

A high degree of conversion ensures a higher physical strength.

Self-Adhesive Cement

Self-Adhesive Cement

Self-adhesive, no bonding agents required.

Radiopaque

Radiopaque

Easy to identify on radiographs for quick and effective diagnosis.

Dual-Cured

Dual-Cured

Dual-cured, material will cure even in deep restorations where light cannot reach!

Auto-Mix

Auto-Mix

Auto-mix, dual-syringe provides a consistent mix for immediate delivery.

Low Film Thickness

Low Film Thickness

Low film thickness ensures the restoration is completely seated.

Strong Bond to Zirconia

Strong Bond to Zirconia

Delivers a strong bond to zirconia and most substrates with no priming or etching required.

Easy Clean Up

Easy Clean Up

Formulated to allow for quick and easy removal of excess cement.

 
 

5 Fundamentals For Delivering Indirect Ceramic Restorations
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The ABC's of Zirconia Bonding
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BISCO's TheraFamily: The Leaders in Resin-Modified Calcium Silicate
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Keys to Successful Placement of Zirconia Restorations
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Free CE!
Liberal or Conservative: Taking the "Politics" Out of Zirconia Cementation by Dr. Jack Griffin
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Using Zirconia For Durable and Aesthetic Restorations
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Durable, Contemporary Cementation of Lithium-Disilicate Crowns and Bridges
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Best Practices for Cementation
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Solving Clinical Challenges with Calcium-Releasing Products
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Restorative Solutions
Meet the Award-Winning Thera Family
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Understanding Cements
A Guide From Prep to Post-Op
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Zirconia is Special
The Optimal Procedure for Zirconia Bonding
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One Practice, Two Dentists
A CORE GROUP OF PRODUCTS
A Day in the Life with BISCO's Dream Team
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Dr Emery Cole reports on TheraCem
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Catapult TheraCem Product Evaluation
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Strength & Simplicity Cemented in Chemistry
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Simplifying Procedures While Imparting Ion-Releasing Benefits by Dr. Baliwas
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Why I use TheraCem...
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Dental Advisor Editor's Choice Award
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Productivity is a Factor in TheraCem's Awards
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Resin-Based Cements:  Guidelines for Optimal Adhesion
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5 Things You Need to Know About the New Cements
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Optimizing Implant Esthetics with Resin Cement by Dr. Joseph Kim
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Find out why Dr. David Hornbrook believes TheraCem is a game changer...
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Dental Product Shopper Best Product Evaluation
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TheraCem - The Next Generation Cement by Dr. Joseph Kim
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Why I use TheraCem...
Add Another Layer of Security to Your Restorations

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Early Adopters with Dr. Sheri Doniger and Dr. Jeff Nickas
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To submit a question regarding BISCO products, please click here.

Can you use TheraCem with All Bond Universal for added bond strength?
You can, but you lose the benefit of TheraCem’s calcium and fluoride release.
- If you need additional bond strength and are taking the time to place a bonding agent, our recommendation is to use BISCO’s All-Bond Universal with Duo-Link Universal.

I know TheraCem has MDP, but what happens if you use Z-PRIME Plus & TheraCem?
Applying Z-PRIME Plus to the substrate is not required when cementing with TheraCem. There are neither benefits nor consequences to using them together. Save time, and money and take advantage of TheraCem’s benefits!

With what type of substrates TheraCem can be used?
TheraCem is compatible with a variety of substrates including zirconia, lithium disilicate (e.max) and feldspathic porcelain.

What is the difference between TheraCem and BisCem?

Both TheraCem and BisCem are self-adhesive cements.
However, TheraCem includes the following features as compared to BisCem:

  • Fluoride and calcium release
  • Higher bonds strengths; especially to Zirconia – Contains MDP
  • 18-month shelf life at room temperature (BisCem requires refrigeration)
  • Higher radiopacity and can be easily identified on a radiograph
  • Easy clean-up and removal of excess cement
  • Alkaline pH after bonding

Do I need to use silane on my glass ceramics restorations?
Yes, in order to achieve reliable cementation results, all glass ceramic substrates should be pre-treated with a silane primer such as BISCO’s Porcelain Primer.

 

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