A universal, self-adhesive resin cement with high bond strength can be used for a wide range of indications, including challenging clinical situations.
Simple procedures with intuitive workflows are a timesaving solution for single-visit chairside treatments.
Indirect restorations are one of the more complex procedures in general dentistry. Patient expectations for esthetics, function, and longevity are high – and their tolerance for multiple appointments is low. At the same time, clinicians face an ever-expanding choice of materials with questionable compatibilities, requiring various, often complicated techniques.
Indirect procedures can drain a practice of efficiency and patient satisfaction. Therefore, implementing a workflow with compatible high-performance products that work for most clinical case scenarios is critical.
This eBook examines two cutting-edge products – a high-tech lithium disilicate restoration and a universal self-adhesive resin cement – that work together to meet patient and clinician expectations for performance and efficiency.