UltraCem resin-reinforced glass ionomer cement offers the best of both worlds in a luting material: efficient delivery and unsurpassed performance. It is the world’s first liquid-powder RRGI cement that can be mixed and delivered through a syringe. Its advanced chemistry boasts the highest bond strengths in its category, while its unique SpeedMix™ syringe ensures the ultimate luting convenience.
UltraCem cement is also available in a traditional hand-mix bottle kit, an economical choice that gives clinicians control over amount of material used.
- Highest bond strengths in its category1
- Sustained fluoride release
- Flexible structure is similar to tooth’s natural makeup to reduce risk of breakage
- Flowable viscosity and low film thickness won’t compromise fit or occlusion
- Ionic bonding to tooth structure
- 1– to 3–minute working time, 5–minute set time
- Radiopacity > 1mm aluminum
Indications for Use
UltraCem is indicated for cementation of indirect restorations (including inlays, onlays, crowns, and bridges) made of metal, porcelain fused to metal, zirconia, and resin to natural teeth. This product is also intended for cementation of orthodontic bands to natural teeth.
Easy, Convenient Luting
The SpeedMix syringe makes luting easy and convenient.
Highest Bond Strengths in its Category
Mixing has historically been the downside of liquid-powder RRGI cements, requiring additional appliances and time-consuming trituration. Now, the SpeedMix syringe effectively mixes and delivers a superior liquid-powder formula—in seconds and with no mess. It’s faster than hand mixing, and gives you consistent mixing ratios every time. The unit-dose delivery ensures a low risk of contamination.
Sustained Fluoride Release
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UltraCem Resin-Reinforced Glass Ionomer Cement Step by Step
– See Instructions for Use for complete instructions, warnings, and precautions.
Flick or tap barrel four times to fluff powder.
Press white stem completely into green stem in order to push liquid into powder chamber.
Leave metal rod in place; grasp plastic delivery/mixing tip and mix chemical 10 to 15 times vigorously back and forth.
Fully extend delivery/mixing tip.
Remove metal rod and discard.
Remove yellow clip and discard.
Express material into prosthesis.