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Practical How To: Kuraray’s PANAVIA V5

This post was prepared in collaboration with Kuraray 

On an experimental basis, we have asked a limited number of companies to provide us with practical “How To” answers to clinical questions. We were prompted to conduct this experiment when dental team members told us that they visit company websites and consult company representatives for practical clinical information. We look forward to receiving your feedback on this experiment.

V5_Standard_KITPractitioners have always faced the challenges associated with choosing a cement which offers both durability and esthetics. PANAVIA V5, the 5th version of cement in the PANAVIA family, is a true dual-cure, fluoride-releasing, color-stable, esthetic, universal resin cement with simplified placement. An adhesive milestone has been achieved by providing self-cure dentin bond strengths equal to a “Gold Standard” light-cure bonding agent, CLEARFIL SE Bond. No resin cement has been able to provide this level of adhesion until now.

Multiple research studies have indicated that many dual-cure resin cements require light-curing to provide acceptable bond strengths. The PANAVIA V5 Tooth Primer (MDP-based) with new catalysts solves this challenge and provides high bond strengths for all tooth structures in the self-cure mode.

CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER PLUS contains the original MDP adhesive monomer and y-MPS silane monomer, which bonds to all silica-based ceramics (including lithium disilicate), zirconia, composites and metals.

PANAVIA V5 is available in 5-amine free, color-stable shades with virtually no post-cure color change. Available in Automix delivery, the cement offers a one-bottle Tooth Primer which eliminates mixing, and a single-bottle CERAMIC PRIMER PLUS for all indirect pretreatment of restorations. One simple and esthetic cement for all your needs!

 

 

Kuraray will be at the Pacific Dental Conference in Vancouver, BC. Check the PDC website for more information.

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