Bonding system bonds any restorative material

May 1, 1997
Dent Bond is an ADA Health Foundation-developed bonding system. It is proven to create the ideal sealed surface and a network of the polymerized primers and unfilled resins, resulting in high bonds of up to 29.4 MPa (4263 psi), which in most cases is stronger than the dentin. Dent Bond bonds any restorative material, including amalgam, to dentin and enamel. The kit includes A&B primers, light-cured and dual-cure resin and Bond A 10% and 37% phosphoric acid etchants. For details, call (800) 526-

Dent Bond is an ADA Health Foundation-developed bonding system. It is proven to create the ideal sealed surface and a network of the polymerized primers and unfilled resins, resulting in high bonds of up to 29.4 MPa (4263 psi), which in most cases is stronger than the dentin. Dent Bond bonds any restorative material, including amalgam, to dentin and enamel. The kit includes A&B primers, light-cured and dual-cure resin and Bond A 10% and 37% phosphoric acid etchants. For details, call (800) 526-4656.

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