A truly universal adhesive works for direct and indirect restorations and all etching techniques.
A very thin system that provides excellent bond strength and doesn't interfere with the fit of the indirect restoration is critical to success.
"Selective enamel etching" allows advanced adhesion and marginal seal on enamel with phosphoric etching, along with reduced risk of postoperative sensitivity by not etching the dentin.
Depending on your opinion of adhesive chemistry and phosphoric acid, you probably use etch-and-rinse (total) or self-etch adhesives. However, if you're like most practitioners, you would probably prefer simpler procedures and robust materials. Fortunately, you can now have the best of both worlds by using one universal adhesive.
A universal adhesive is beneficial to your practice in many ways, as it can replace separate bonding systems, positively impacting your cash flow and work flow.
Learn how you can achieve confidence that regardless of the etching technique you choose, the performance of the material will not be compromised. Simplifying your adhestion is a true benefit not only to a practitioner, but also to the entire team placing restorations—and ultimately the patients.