Increased polymerization standard and decreased sensitivity to moisture: Benefits of the APS technology. Ideal for areas with difficult control of the moisture level, such as in restorations on lower teeth, or very close to the gums.
Higher adhesive potential: The presence of MDP in the composition makes a chemical bond with the dental structure, which adds mechanical adhesion, which gives to the product a superior and long-term adhesive strength.
High degree of conversion: Provides greater stability of the adhesive interface.
Higher stability and resistance to adhesive film: Due to the presence of treated silica nanoparticles.
Bpa free: Ensuring safety and health.
Colorless aspect: Does not interfere on the esthetics of restorations and cementations.
• All classes of direct restorations with composites (classes I, II, III, IV and V) and light curing
glass ionomer cements.
• Adhesive luting (in addition with resin cement) of prosthetic pieces (posts / cores, crowns,
onlays / inlays and veneers) made of fiberglass, ceromer, ceramic, resin and metal.
• Adhesive repairs in ceramics and composites.
Step by step
The surface to be restored shall be cleaned and then etched with phosphoric acid at 37% Condac 37 (FGM) for 15 seconds (same time for enamel and dentin). It is important to isolate the tooth, whether with complete isolation or relative (depending on case).
Rinse the surface with plenty of water and dry the cavity until it is wet, not dehydrated.
With a micro applicator Cavibrush (FGM), the adhesive is applied rubbing the first drop of the product for 10 seconds. Next, a new layer of adhesive is applied to the same surface for 10 more seconds.
Apply an air jet for 10 seconds, which helps to evaporate the solvent, and consequently to increase adhesion
The adhesive shall be light-cured for 10 seconds, then perform restoration. Note: for intra canal adhesive application, the photoactivation time shall be extended to 20 seconds.