Scotchbond Universal

Scotchbond Universal

3M™ Scotchbond Technique

How to use Scotchbond™ Universal Adhesive for Veneers

Details

  • Combined Total-Etch, Self-Etch and Selective-Etch adhesive.
  • Consistent bond strength to both moist and dry etched dentin
  • Virtually no post-op sensitivity
  • Effective on all surfaces
  • High bond strength to all indirect surfaces (zirconia, alumina, glass ceramics and metals) without a separate primer
  • Excellent marginal integrity for highly esthetic restorations
  • One-step, one-coat adhesive application
  • Self- and dual-cure compatible with (3M™ Scotchbond™ Universal DCA Dual Cure Activator)
  • No refrigeration needed
  • Store at room temperature for two years
  • Flip-top vial and unit-dose delivery
  • Improved, easy-to-place etchant

This single-bottle adhesive solution offers high bond strength with one simple application technique and a quick 35-second adhesive application time.

Suggested Applications

  • Bonding light-cured composite or compomer for all classes of direct restorations.
  • Root surface desensitization.
  • Sealing of dentin prior to amalgam restorations.
  • Protective varnish for glass ionomer restorative materials.
  • Repair of composite or compomer restorations.
  • Bonding sealants.
  • Bonding veneers with RelyX™ Veneer Cement.
  • Adhesive/primer for chemical adhesion when bonding zirconia, alumina, metal or glass ceramic restorations.
  • Intraoral repair of existing indirect restorations.
  • Bonding self- or dual-cure core build-up materials and resin cements (with Scotchbond™ Universal DCA Dual Cure Activator).
  • Sealing of dentin prior to temporization for indirect restoration placement.
4th Nov 2019

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