• Reduces or eliminates visual alteration of shade and opacity of the cement before / after photopolymerization.
• Longer working time under ambient light.
• Compatible with all blue light-emitting light-curing devices.
High shade stability: Aesthetic longevity.
Excellent viscosity: Easy Handling and Application.
Radiopacity: Possibility of radiographic diagnosis.
Fluorescence: Appearance similar to the natural tooth.
Excellent mechanical properties: Reliable and long-lasting cementation.
Definitive cementation of:
• No-prep veneers;
•Veneers in ceramics and / or composite resin with thickness up to 1.5mm without
Step by step
Make sure the tooth surface and the prosthesis piece are free from Allcem Veneer Try-In (FGM) and/or any other substance.
Make a relative or absolute isolation according to the professional preference, and according to the teeth that will be subjected to cementation of the pieces.
Etch the enamel surface and/or dentin with phosphoric acid Condac 37 (FGM), wash and gently dry without dehydrating.
If the cervical end is under the gum, and your preference is to use relative isolation, perform the retracting maneuver with the retracting cords.
Apply the dental adhesive according to the manufacturer’s recommendation. Do not light cure.
Etch the internal surface of the facet with fluoride acid Condac Porcelain (FGM) 5% or 10%, for the required time, according to the porcelain type.
Apply a layer of silane Prosil (FGM) into the piece, and let it dry for 1 minute.
Apply the adhesive into the piece, according to the manufacturer’s recommendation. Do not light cure.
After due preparation of the piece and of the tooth, perform the cementing as follows:
In handling the cement, ensure the lights are not directed to it, as it may accelerate the Alcem Veneer APS’s curing
Straight from the syringe, or using a spatula, put a thin layer of cement under the internal face of the veneer.
Position the piece in the preparation and, keeping it under slight pressure, remove excesses of cement using Cavibrush (FGM) or a probe.
After removing the cement excesses, and prior to photoactivation, apply glycerin gel to the borders of the restoration, to avoid the layer inhibited by oxygen. The light curing should be applied for 40 seconds* on each of the borders (mesial, distal and cervical) and directly on the vestibular face.
Finishing and polishing may be performed with thin sanding disks Diamond Pro (FGM) and sanding strips, polishing pastes Diamond Excel (FGM) and felt disks Diamond Flex (FGM).
*To photoactivate the material, use halogen light devices or LED with power equal to or higher than 450mW/cm2, and blue light issuing spectrum (400-500nm).