Features & Benefits

Kit - No Box - HR-2

Quick & Easy Application

  • No need to light cure for 10-20 seconds
  • No need to agitate on surface for 10-20 seconds
  • No need to wait between placement and air-dry polymerization step

Reliable

  • High bond strength to various surfaces & substrates
  • Separation of acidic monomer (Bond A) & ceramic primers (Bond B) prevents deterioration of silane coupling agent and maintains superb bond strength to ceramic, PFM's, lithium disilicate, and zirconia
  • Excellent cavity adaptation to avoid voids

Active Chemistry

  • Mix 1 drop of Bond A and Bond B to trigger Active-Chemistry self-cure
  • Worry-free polymerization where curing lights cannot reach

Universal Use

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*1 Requires Dual Cure Activator (DCA) unless it is used with Rely X Ultimate
*2 Bonding of dual-cured core build up composites to tooth structure as long as these materials are light-cured
*3 Requires DCA
*4 Requires Primer
*5 Requires light-curing
*6 Requires DCA and light-curing unless it is used with CLEARFIL DC CORE PLUS or PANAVIA SA CEMENT
*7 Primer recommended
*8 Only composite repair

Shorten chair time by eliminating the need to add activators or primers, agitate, light cure, or wait after placement.

 

 

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3M-vs-TOK---dual-curing

Etching Protocol

Compatibility with self-etch, total-etch, and selective-etch techniques.

 

 

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SELF-ETCH / DENTIN

x 3,000 magnification

 

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SELF-ETCH / ENAMEL

x 3,000 magnification

 

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*The 145th Meeting of the Japanese Society of Conservative Dentistry, 2016

Shear Bond Strength

High adhesion values to various dental surfaces and substrates.

 

 

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BROCHURE-Shear-bond-strength-ZIRCONIA
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*The 35th Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Adhesive Dentistry, 2016

Mixing Ratios

Tokuyama Universal Bond maintains performance under a wide range of mixing ratios, offering a wide margin for error.

 

 

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Cavity Adaptation – Direct Restoration

Excellent cavity adaptation provides void-free bonding.

 

 

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*Tokuyama Dental R&D Data

All dental substrates, no additional activators or primers needed.

 

 

Composite restoration 2
  • Direct anterior and posterior restorations with light-curing, dual-curing, and self-curing composite materials
Ceramics 2
  • Intraoral repair of composite restorations, metal, porcelain fused to metal, and all ceramic restorations without an additional primer
Indirect resin 1
  • Cementation of indirect restorations & veneers when combined with light-cure, dual-cure, and self-curing resin cements
Metal 2
  • Bonding and repair of denture resin to metal bases, clasps or attachments
  • Bonding of opaque resin to a metal base in the fabrication of resin-faced stainless steel crowns
Core Build up 3
  • Bonding of core build-ups made of core build-up materials

No Additional Primers or Activators

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Active chemistry triggers an advanced self-curing process, providing worry-free polymerization where curing lights cannot reach.

 

 

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