Tokuyama Dental America launches Universal Bond
A new universal adhesive, Universal Bond from Tokuyama Dental America, does not require surface agitation, light curing, or wait time after placement.
Tokuyama Dental America has announced the launch of Tokuyama Universal Bond, a two- component universal adhesive that does not require surface agitation, light curing, or wait time after placement. Its quick and easy application reduces chair time, especially in multitooth preparations.
Universal Bond can be used for direct and indirect restorations with all etching techniques: self-etch, total etch, and selective etch. This adhesive is compatible with light-cured, self-cured, and dual-cured composite materials. Universal Bond does not require additional activators or primers, saving inventory costs and hassle.
Tokuyama Universal Bond offers high bond strength to polymerizable resin materials, such as adhesive resin cement, acrylic resin, and composite resin. It also offers high bond strength to indirect restorative materials, such as glass ceramics (porcelain), oxide ceramics (zirconia and alumina), metals (precious and nonprecious), and resin materials (including inorganic filler).
For more information, visit tokuyamauniversalbond.com.