Porcelain etcher and silane allow the repair of prosthetic restorations in the office, directly in the patient's mouth. Ultradent Porcelain Etch - porcelain etchant Ultradent is used for etching porcelain when repairing prosthetic restorations in the patient's mouth, as well as for etching porcelain veneers, crowns or inlays before their cementation. The silane is applied to the porcelain after it has been etched with a porcelain etchant, prior to the application of the bonding system. Both the porcelain etchant and the Ultradent silane are packed in convenient syringes with appropriate brush applicators (tips). The dense, gel-like, yellow porcelain etchant contains fluoric acid buffered so that no harmful fumes are released (which may be the case with technician porcelain etchants). As a result, porcelain can be etched in the patient's mouth. If the material is used intraorally, it is recommended to protect soft tissues with the light-cured Opal Dam protective resin.
- 1 syringe 1.2 ml porcelain etchant and 1 syringe 1.2 ml silane,
- 10 Black Mini Brush Tips black with a brush,
- 10 Red Inspiral BrushTips with a black brush
Monobond Plus - universal single-bottle bonding material, increasing the strength of bonding composite cements with any type of prosthetic foundation.
The innovative combination of 3 different functional groups - silane methacrylate, methacrylate phosphate and methacrylate sulfide - enables a strong and durable connection with any type of material from which the prosthetic restoration was made. Advantages
- Surface preparation of all types of prosthetic restorations (lithium disilicate ceramics, oxide ceramics, metal, composite)
- One response time: 60 seconds
- Storage at room temperature
Single-bottle "primer" for each type of restoration (lithium disilicate ceramics, zirconium oxide, aluminum oxide, metal, composite). Affects the achievement of a permanent chemical bond between the composite cement and the restoration.