3 in 1 material: Indicated for core build-up, cementation of posts and crowns.
Dual curing: Chemical curing in environments where light does not reach and light curing to facilitate the core build-up work.
Radiopacity: Possibility of radiographic diagnosis.
Easy to Handle: The product is applied evenly inside the root canal, dispensing manual mixing and insertion with Lentulo drills.
Mechanical Resistance: High resistance to bending and compression.
Adhesion to any substrate: Excellent adhesion to dentin, enamel, CAD / CAM blocks, ceramic, porcelain, resin and metal.
• Definitive cementation of:
– Intraradicular posts (fiberglass, carbon or quartz and metal)
– Prosthetic crowns (ceramic, laboratory resin, metal or metal-ceramic).
– Indirect Restorations (inlays, onlays, overlays)
• Preparation of crown or core build-up
Step by step
With the operatory field free of humidity (under relative or absolute isolation), start preparing the canal in the length previously determined by the Whitepost (FGM) protocol.
The application of phosphoric acid and dental adhesive in the canal shall follow the protocol of the respective products used, according to the adhesion procedure.
Using the auto mixing pointer with intra channel applicator, put cement into the channel and position the pin. The overflowing cement may be used to make the abutment and further material should be added around the pin. The working time is approximately 1 minute and 30 seconds, and the light curing time is 40 seconds by increment.
Once the pins are cemented and the abutments built in their gross format, wait for the chemical curing time (6 to 7 minutes, intra canal) and start doing the necessary wearing on the abutment.
Cementing of final crowns may also be made with Allcem Core, using the same adhesive protocol (acid etching and adhesive application).