Kuraray Noritake – CLEARFIL SE Protect

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Kuraray Noritake – CLEARFIL SE Protect

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The new two-step self-etch adhesive CLEARFIL SE Protect lets you virtually bond all restorations.

Making this pioneering anti-bacterial adhesive future proof. You just apply the self-etch primer and the bond to create long lasting restorations.

With the all-new CLEARFIL DC Activator, a self-cure activator, you can use CLEARFIL SE Protect for bonded cementation and core build-up as well. CLEARFIL SE Protect has two extra technologies in comparison with CLEARFIL SE BOND. Long-term fluoride release and the MDPB monomer, which has an antibacterial cavity cleansing effect. CLEARFIL SE Protect destroys bacteria after contact with the MDPB monomer. The antimicrobial effect of CLEARFIL SE Protect is biologically safe because the monomer MDPB is fixed in the adhesive layer. More than 20 years ago adhesive dentistry was changed forever with CLEARFIL LINER BOND II as the world's first self-etch adhesive. Followed by the world’s first antibacterial self-etch adhesive CLEARFIL PROTECT BOND in 2004. CLEARFIL SE Protect is built upon this unique heritage.

BENEFITS

  • First and still the only self-etching, antibacterial adhesive in the world
  • The primer contains 5% antibacterial monomer (MDPB), which shows high antibacterial property
  • Tried and proven 2-step self-etching bonding system
  • Prevents post-operative sensitivities
  • Fast and simple use
  • High bond strength to enamel and dentin

INDICATIONS

  • Direct restorations using light-cured composite resin or compomer
  • Cavity sealing as a pre-treatment for indirect restorations
  • Treatment of hypersensitive and/or exposed root surfaces
  • Intraoral repairs of fractured crowns/bridges made of porcelain, hybrid ceramics or composite resin using light-cured composite resin
  • Surface treatment of prosthetic appliances made of porcelain, hybrid ceramics and cured composite resin
  • Core build-ups using light- or dual-curing composite resin
  • Cavity sealing under amalgam restorations
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