Clinicians Report May 2015, Volume 8 Issue 5

   
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Articles In This Issue:

Self-Adhesive Resin Cements: Are They Working?
Real-World Moisture Control: To Dam or Not To Dam?
When are Dual-Cure Restoratives Clinically Useful for Class I–VI?
Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials

Companies

3M ESPE
Apex Dental
Centrix
Clinician's Choice
Coltene
Danville
DenMat
Dentsply Caulk
Dentsply Professional
Dr. Charles Blair and Associates
Dryshield
Exacta Dental
FujiCem 2
GC America
Henry Schein
Isolite Systems
Ivoclar Vivadent
Kerr
Kuraray
Multilink Automix
Parkell
Primotec, Inc.
Pulpdent
RelyX Ultimate
Shofu
Sulzer Mixpac
Taub Products
Tokuyama
VOCO America
Voco
Zirc Company

Brands

ACTIVA Bioactive Restorative
AbsoLute
Administration with Confidence
BeautiCem SA
Bifix SE
BisCem
Blu-Mousse
Calibra Universal
Coding With Confidence: The "Go To" Dental Coding Guide (CDT 2015 Edition)
Dentapops
Dri-Angle
Dry Tips
DryShield
Embrace Wetbond Universal Resin Cement
Fusion ZR
Futurabond U
G-CEM LinkAce
HyperFIL
Infinity SE Syringeable
Injectafil
Isodry
Isolite
Isolite i2
Isovac
MIXPAC
MIXPAC Systems
MIXPAC T-Mixer
Maxcem Elite
Mr. Thirsty One-Step
NUPRO White Varnish
Panavia SA Cement Plus
PermaCem 2.0
RelyX Unicem 2
Rubber Dams
Scotchbond Universal
Simplique
SpeedCEM
Surefil SDR Flow
Svedopter
T-Mixer
May 2015 Clinicians Report

Abstract

Self-Adhesive Resin Cements: Are They Working?

• Current Cement Use
• Comparison of Features
• CR Conclusions

Real-World Moisture Control: To Dam or Not To Dam?

• Survey Results
• Characteristics of 7 Dental Isolation and Evacuation Devices
• Clinical Tips
• CR Conclusions

When are Dual-Cure Restoratives Clinically Useful for Class I–VI?

• CR Survey Results: Dual-Cure Resin-Based Restoratives
• Dual-Cure Restoratives Indicated for Class I–VI Restorations (6 products)
• Clinical Applications of Dual-Cure Restoratives
• CR Conclusions

Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials

• Well-Known Source to Streamline Insurance Administration and Reduce Denials and Reimbursement Delays
• 5% Sodium Fluoride Varnish with Easy Placement and Clear Esthetic Appearance
• New Shorter Mixing Tips with New Mixing Technology to Reduce Waste of Material while Maintaining Consistent Mix
• Universal, Dual-Cure, Single Dose Adhesive Dispensed from Convenient Individual Blister Packs

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