Dental fractures, broken crowns ,metallic restorations and broken ceramics?... Many common cases in the dental office, a problem that the dentist must deal with and the difficult decision to offer the patient an ethical solution without compromising health, aesthetics and economic cost within everyone's reach.
It is difficult to conclude which is the most appropriate treatment, situations where complete substitution of the old restoration was used , invasive treatments with destruction of healthy tissue, little conservatives which, in addition to the economic reason for the substitution itself, are long and complicated for professionals and heavy for the patient, lengthening in time.
An essential factor to generate loyalty and added value to the patient, how to achieve all these objectives?
The new universal iBond adhesive, allows the union of any material with an easy and direct application in the mouth.
Get intraoral repairs with preservation of healthy tooth structure . It has also been proven to be a safe and effective procedure that saves time and money with the least possible effort. iBOND Universal is ideal for intraoral repairs.
Intraoral repair of zirconia crowns
Intraoral repair of Silicate and Glass Ceramics
Visit our previous blog post to discover the complete case to restore a silicate ceramic inlay with Universal iBOND in a single appointment with the patient.
Advantages of direct reconstruction with iBond Universal
Restoring a crown by means of direct adhesion of a composite was difficult, even more in silicate or vitreous ceramics . Where needed to engrave the surface with hydrofluoric acid, a delicate process in the mouth , with the need of a good isolation and accuracy of the professional, to avoid necrosis of the adjacent tissues and more complications.
The new Kulzer adhesive eliminates this risk and simplifies the treatment, a primer coat of iBond Ceramic Primer followed by the application of iBond Universal on the ceramic surface is sufficient.
Once applied and after a few seconds of photopolymerization it can be filled with any composite on the market, aesthetic results for the patient at a low cost. When a broken restoration can be repaired and when it should be replaced?