Alloy Primer

Aug. 1, 1998
Introducing Alloy Primer, a new metal primer for the treatment of gold and semi-precious metals which eliminates the costly need to tin-plate. Studies showed Alloy Primer increased the tensile-bond strength of Panavia 21 resin cement to gold by 45 percent and 200 percent to semi-precious metal.

Introducing Alloy Primer, a new metal primer for the treatment of gold and semi-precious metals which eliminates the costly need to tin-plate. Studies showed Alloy Primer increased the tensile-bond strength of Panavia 21 resin cement to gold by 45 percent and 200 percent to semi-precious metal.

Alloy Primer is indicated for use in the following procedures: Fabrication of removable dentures, repairing dentures, repairs of porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns and bridges, adhesion of metal cast posts and cores, adhesion to metal inlays, onlays, crowns and bridges.

For more information, call J. Morita USA, Inc. at (800) 752-9729 and visit the Web site at http://www.jmorita.com.

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