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Tag: bonding

Case of the Week: The Best Ways to Bond BruxZir® Restorations

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla explains the best practices for cementing and/or bonding BruxZir® Solid Zirconia restorations into place.

Updated BruxZir® Cleaning, Cementing and Bonding Protocol

Clinical Videos

When lecturing on the new monolithic restorations such as BruxZir® and IPS e.max® (Ivoclar Vivadent; Amherst, N.Y.), the most common question I receive is in regard to the best way to cement or bond these restorations. Since there is a specific protocol using a product most dentists aren’t aware of, I decided to do this presentation to clear up any confusion.

Ceramir® Crown & Bridge Cement: Usage Tips and Clinical Indications

Clinical Videos

In this video, find out why Ceramir® Crown & Bridge (Doxa Dental; Chicago, Ill.) is the ideal luting cement for full-coverage crowns & bridges.

Chairside Live Episode 110: Exclusive Interview with Dr. David Hornbrook – Part II

Episodes

On this episode, Dr. DiTolla concludes his interview with esthetic specialist Dr. David Hornbrook. Tune in to hear this clinician’s recommendations on restoring difficult anterior implant cases that have been endodontically treated, as well his advice on why general dentists should consider using the newest generation of universal bonding agents. In this episode’s Case of the Week, Dr. DiTolla showcases solutions for common mistakes made with double-arch impression trays.

Chairside Live Episode 5: BruxZir® Cementation and Bonding Best Practices

Episodes

In this episode of Chairside Live, discover the link between sleep apnea and cancer, learn about a lawsuit against a tooth-pulling teacher, and hear Dr. D’s overview on the best practices for cementing and/or bonding BruxZir® Solid Zirconia restorations into place.

Bonding Zirconia to Zirconia

Volume 6, Issue 3

Zirconia is a popular dental restorative material due to its excellent material properties and esthetics. Chemical inertness enables zirconia restorations to withstand the harsh chemical conditions that occur in the mouth. However, the chemical inertness of zirconia also presents a challenge for bonding zirconia to zirconia via traditional resin cements. Unique methods are indicated when […]

Dr. DiTolla’s Clinical Tips – Z-PRIME™ Plus

Volume 6, Issue 2

I receive lots of questions — via email, telephone and at lectures — about how to bond BruxZir® Solid Zirconia into place. Because zirconia is unaffected by sandblasting, hydrofluoric acid and typical ceramic silanes, you need to use a special silane. I currently use Z-PRIME™ Plus, whether I am bonding a BruxZir crown with a […]

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