Features & Benefits

Estecem II

EsteCem II offers the higher bond strength found in DC resin cements allowing compatibility with all restorative materials. When used with Tokuyama Universal Bond, EsteCem II provides a quick application that is less technique sensitive comparable to SA resin cements.

  • Enhanced Strength: Superior self-etch adhesion to retentive and non-retentive surfaces
  • Universal Application: All restorative materials, one system — no activators or primers required
  • Quick Clean-Up: 3-second tack cure, easy clean-up
  • High Esthetics: Excellent resistance to marginal discoloration due to minimal water absorption

Reliable Adhesion in Any Cure Mode or Etching Technique

Compared to popular DC resin cements on the market EsteCem II has nearly equal self-etched bond strength in light-cure or self-cure modes. Cement Porcelain-Fused to Metal and other non-light permissible restorations with confidence.


Shear Bond Strength to Dentin

Estecem II Strong Shear Bond Strength to Dentin

Reliable Adhesion to Ceramics and Zirconia

Superior bond strength is achieved to popular lithium-disilicate (eMax crowns), zirconia (ZirCAD, BruxZir), and various ceramics to not limit the doctors’ selection of their preferred esthetic crowns, inlays and onlays.





ES II: ESTECEM II, RU: Rely X Ultimate, N3: NX3, DL: Duo-Link, MA: Multilink Automix, VE: Variolink Esthetic DC, PV: Panavia V5, PF: Panavia F 2.0

Lasting Bond Strength


No Light-Cure Application that Decreases Chair Time and Hassle

Mix Universal Bond, apply to prosthesis and tooth, and air dry to polymerize in 25 seconds. No need to etch, prime, add activators, or wait before cementation.

 Pre-Treatment with Tokuyama Universal Bond

Simple Application – Reduced Inventory

All cementation cases can be restored with Tokuyama Universal Bond and EsteCem II. Eliminate extraneous silane, metal primers, dual-cure activators from inventory.

Reduce Inventory with Tokuyama Universal Bond 

3 Second Tack Cure for Easy Clean-Up




Apply the mixed PASTE to the surface of the restoration and place the restoration on the tooth with firm pressure.


Removal of excess PASTE

  • When using the light-cure method:
    Light-cure the excess PASTE with a dental curing light for 2 to 4 seconds and remove the gel state of the excess PASTE.
  • When using the self-cure method:
    Remove the gel state of the excess PASTE within 1 to 3.5 minutes after seating.

Final PASTE hardening by light curing

  • In case of translucent restoration materials such as ceramics:
    Irradiate the light to the applied PASTE on the seated restoration for 20 seconds or more.
  • In case of non-translucent restoration materials such as metal:
    Light-cure along margins for 20 seconds or more, then allow the PASTE to set for 8 minutes.
    *If light curing is not enough, there is a possibility of poor adhesiveness.

Removal of excess paste light cure