IVOCLAR Liquid Strip Refill 1 X 2.5GM
Glycerine gel to prevent the oxygen-inhibited layer of composites with composite or ceramic restorations
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Glycerine gel to prevent the oxygen-inhibited layer of composites with composite or ceramic restorations.
|Features||To prevent the oxygen-inhibited layer of composites In composite or ceramic restorations Try-in paste Protects the etching pattern of lab-fabricated all-ceramic restorations|
1. Try-in paste: Try-in for composite and ceramic restorations The glycerine gel can be used to fill the cement gap during the try-in and thus simulate the influence of the bonding composite on shading. This permits realistic evaluation of the restoration’s shading. For an even more accurate simulation of the Variolink®II luting composite system, shaded glycerine pastes (Variolink II Try-In pastes) are also available. 2. Prevention of oxygen inhibition during polymerization Composites are subject to oxygen inhibition, i.e. the surface layer of the composite that is not covered with a matrix and comes in contact with oxygen during polymerization is not polymerized (approx. 50 µm). If this layer is covered with Liquid Strip and thus protected from oxygen, the composite is thoroughly polymerized.
Storage conditions: room temperature (2–28 °C / 54–82 °F)
|Directions To USE|
Step 1: Try-in of composite and ceramic restorations Application of Liquid Strip on cavity or restoration Try-in, evaluation of shade and fit Removal of the restoration from the cavity Rinsing off Liquid Strip with water and drying with blower Cleansing the restoration with 37 % phosphoric acid (e.g. Total Etch) Thoroughly rinsing off phosphoric acid and drying with blower Further procedure according to information of the luting composite manufacturer Step 2: Prevention of oxygen inhibiton with composites a) Inlay/Onlay luting Placement of ceramic or composite restoration with a luting composite (e.g. Variolink II) Removal of excess composite Application of Liquid Strip on restoration margins Light-curing of the luting composite through Liquid Strip Rinsing off Liquid Strip with water Finishing/polishing of the restoration b) Freely built-up composite restorations Build-up of restoration Covering restoration surface with Liquid Strip Light-curing of the composite through Liquid Strip Rinsing off Liquid Strip with water Finishing/polishing of the restoration
1 x 2.5GM Refill