Ketac Cem Plus Resin-Modified Glass Ionomer (RMGI) cement offers a perfect mix of convenience and proven clinical performance. With high bond strength and virtually no post-operative sensitivities it ensures optimum results for routine cementations.
Easy-to-use porcelain fused to metal (PFM) and paediatric crown cement with fluoride release.
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Ketac Cem Plus Cement offers better bond strength than conventional glass ionomer cements. It is used for a wide range of everyday applications. The formulation is the first RMGI cement with 5-second tack cure feature, easy to use and easy for excess cement removal.
Ketac™ Cem Plus cement is formulated to help make everyday procedures like PFMs and metal/paediatric crowns faster and more reliable.
Higher bond strength than conventional glass ionomer luting cements.
The hygienic automix delivery eliminates hand-mixing. 5-second tack light cure feature for faster clean-up.
Sustained fluoride release for caries-prone patients.
In a clinical evaluation from the Dental Advisor, 3M Ketac Cem Plus received:
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3M Ketac Cem Plus is known as 3M RelyX Luting Plus in some geographies
Initial situation with the second upper premolar displaying a fractured root.
The tooth was extracted and a Straumann® Bone Level Implant was placed. The picture shows the situation after stabilization of the implant and gingival contouring.
A patient specific two-piece 3M™ Lava™ Plus Zirconia abutment was prepared and fit of the permanent 3M™ Lava™ Plus High Translucency Zirconia crown was checked.
The bonding surface of the crown is sandblasted with aluminium oxide (particle size 30 or 50 µm at a pressure of 2 bar (30 PSI)). Cleaning of the sandblasted surface with alcohol and oil-free air.
Intraoral situation with the zirconia abutment in place.
After applying the Ketac Cem Plus Resin Modified Glass Ionomer Cement directly into the 3M™ Lava™ Plus High Translucency Zirconia crown, the crown is seated under firm finger pressure. Easy excess removal in one piece with a scaler after five seconds of tack cure.
Final situation with good gingival adaptation after placement (top), and at seven year follow-up (bottom).
Clinical dentistry and photography by:
Carlos Eduardo Sabrosa, DDS, MSD, DScD
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