Ivoclar Vivadent introduces Multilink Implant

July 8, 2009
Cement is a new adhesive luting composite for implant-retained restorations.

AMHERST, New York--Ivoclar Vivadent has announced the release of Multilink Implant, an adhesive luting composite specifically designed for the placement of fixed, implant-retained restorations.

Multilink Implant is a self-curing, two-component cement with a light-cure option that permanently bonds indirect restorations made of glass-ceramic, oxide ceramic metal, and metal-ceramic to implant abutments.

Compared to glass-ionomer and conventional cements, Multilink Implant offers low solubility and high mechanical strength to establish a more durable bond between the restoration and the abutment.

When used in combination with Monobond Plus universal primer, Multilink Implant provides adhesive bond strengths to restorative and abutment materials.

Multilink Implant offers the advantage of direct dispensing from an automix syringe and easy clean-up of excess cement.

The shade range is based on the shades of current ceramic abutments including MO 0, MO 1 as well as transparent. As a result, margins are not visible.

For more information, visit Ivoclar Vivadent or call (800) 533-6825 in the U.S.; (800) 263-8182 in Canada.

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