PermaCem2.0 provides an exceptional self-adhesive bond to Zirconium! This universal, dual-cure composite luting cement can be used for the permanent cementation of crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, and root posts without the need for separate enamel and dentin bonding. By incorporating a recently developed adhesive monomer formula, PermaCem 2.0 offers an exceptional bond across all substrates. Plus, as a single-step cement, it provides the added benefit of not requiring an etching step, which saves time and reduces post-op sensitivity. It also features a lower water sorption rate for greater reliability and improved esthetics. It is exceptionally flowable under pressure and excess can be quickly removed for fast and easy clean-up. PermaCem 2.0 is available in shades A2 (Universal), A3 (Opaque) and Transparent.
- Barium glass in a Bis-GMA-based matrix of dental resins, pigments, additives and catalysts
- Filler content: 69 % by weight = 51 by vol. % (0.02 – 3.0 μm)
- Permanent cementation of inlays, onlays, crowns, bridges and root posts composed of metal and metal alloys (precious and non-precious metals), metal ceramics and composites, all-ceramics such as zirconium oxide, aluminum oxide and all forms of silicate ceramics (e.g. lithium disilicate, feldspar), as well as fiber-reinforced composites (root posts)
- Permanent cementation of crowns and bridges on implant abutments comprised of titanium or zirconia
Do not use the material: If the preparation does not offer sufficient retention (e.g. as in the case of veneers)
In cases of allergies to any of the ingredients or in cases of contact allergies
For direct capping of the pulp tissue
Products containing eugenol, for example temporary cements or temporary root canal filling materials, may impair curing of the composite luting cement.
Do not use products containing eugenol and other substances that inhibit polymerization together with the material.
If possible, use eugenol-free cements (e.g. TempoCem NE). Make sure that any residual cement is completely removed from the preparation or core following removal of the temporary restoration. From the beginning of pretreatment until permanent cementation, ensure that neither the restoration nor the tooth surfaces become contaminated.
Superior Compressive Strength
Reliability at 249 MPa*
Dependable, long-term adhesion
Easy identifi cation of marginal gap quality and clinical diagnosis
Reliable monitoring, even of post-endodontic restorations
Excellent Shade Stability
Convenient to Work with
Practical working times for a convenient course of treatment
Reduction in operational steps
Quick application with multiple-step operations/restorations
Avoidance of cementation errors
Special Easy Clean-up Formula for
An ideal combination of stability and fl owability for a thin and continuous cement coating
Exceptional fl owability under pressure
The fastest and easiest excess removal of all other self-adhesive cements
Minimal Water Sorption for
Good control of expansion forces