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March 3, 2020 Feature General DentistryOral Health

Cementing Crowns with Activa Bioactive Cement

by Marty Zase

Pulpdent’s dual-cure ACTIVA BioACTIVE-CEMENT is a game changer. As a bioactive product, the cement not only is a superb adhesive agent but also mimics nature and utilizes saliva as a source of minerals to aid in the natural development of

January 10, 2020 News News

Dental Cements to Emerge as Billion-Dollar Market by 2025, Finds Fact.MR Study

by Fact.MR

Permanent cements are projected to remain the product of choice, pipping temporary cements by 20% in 2020. The sales of permanent cements are expected to witness an exponential rise during the forecast period, as these offer high quality and long-term

June 13, 2017 Product Spotlight

Pentron Launches Breeze RMGI, A New Cement Delivering Long-Term Restorations

by Pentron

Pentron, a leading manufacturer of innovative products for dental procedures has announced the launch of its new Breeze™ RMGI luting cement. Breeze RMGI, now available to Pentron customers, was designed to deliver a stable and long-term durable restoration with its

March 30, 2017 Video Sponsored

Paid SpeedCEM Plus from Ivoclar Vivadent at PDC 2017

by Oral Health

Melissa Summerfield joins Ivoclar Vivadent’s Shannon Blank at their booth at 2017’s Pacific Dental Conference. While there they discuss the recently updated SpeedCEM Plus and all of its new benefits to dentists. Check out more about SpeedCEM Plus here.

March 30, 2017 Video Sponsored

Paid Ceramir from Doxa at PDC 2017

by Oral Health

At this year’s Pacific Dental Conference we spoke with Doxa’s Claudia Walters about Ceramir, a cement product that is easy to use and shows seamless results. Check out Ceramir here.

October 1, 2015 Feature Oral HealthPeriodontics

Controlling Excess Cement During the Process of Intra-Oral Prosthesis Cementation: Overcoming the Gingival Effects

by Emil L.A. Svoboda, PhD, DDS

Implant treatment has greatly improved the level of care we can offer our patients. According to Misch 2015, many implant retained prosthetics are being installed by a means of intra-oral cementation. 1 The other main fixed prosthesis installation process is