D-Tech Restore Glass
A fluoride-releasing glass ionomer restorative cement(A2 SHADE) .
- Restoration of primary teeth.
- Core build-up.
- Restorations of Class III, V, and limited Class I cavities.
- The standard powder to liquid ratio is 1:1
- Ease of use
- Longer shelf life
- Sturdy bottle
- Good consistency
- Free-flowing liquid
- Highly biocompatible and nonirritant to the tissues.
- Excellent strength, good marginal seal and insoluble in the oral cavity.
- High flexural strength, reduces the risk of restoration fracture.
- Adhesion to enamel and dentin.
- Long-term fluoride release.
- Low acid erosion.
- Smooth Mixing.
- Humid-Stable glass ionomer restorative cement
- Aesthetic looks
- Fluoride release
COMPOSITION OF GIC:
- Silica - 41.9%
- Alumina - 28.6 %
- Almunium Flouride - 1.6%
- Calcium fluoride - 15.7%
- Sodium fluoride - 9.3%
- Almunium Phosphate - 3.8 %
- Polyacrylic acid - 35%
- Tartaric Acid - 5-15 %
- Mixing Time 23°C - 30 second
- Working time B 23°C - 2 min
- Setting time B 23°C - 4 min
- 1 x 15gm Powder
- 1 x 13gm Liquid
Directions to Use
- 2.8/1.0 g.1 level scoop of powder to 2 drops of liquid.
- Must be mixed within 45 sec.
- Use a polymer paper mixing pad for mixing the powder and liquid.
- Mix over a large area with a plastic spatula.
- Isolate the cavity.
- Apply calcium hydroxide liner.
- Condition the cavity wall properly.
- For accurate dispensing of powder, lightly tap the bottle against the hand. Do not shake or invert.
- Hold the liquid bottle vertically and squeeze gently.
- Bulk insertion of GIC.
- Complete it by doing Finishing and Polishing.
- Close bottle immediately after use.
- Dispense the liquid just before mixing.
- Reseal the bottle immediately.
- Discard the last third of the liquid.