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2 material filling ideal amalgam GIC composite

3 Light-cured glass-ionomer cement

4 Content Why LC glass-ionomers Advantages of Kavitan LC
Indications of Kavitan LC How to make a filling (working scheme in vitro) Frequently asked questions

5 Why LC glass-ionomers? 1. Adjustable manipulation time according to the dentist needs 2. Improved aesthetics and higher translucency 3. Increased mechanical properties of the restoration 4. Preservation of favorable properties of glass-ionomers

6 aesthetics of glass-ionomer cements

7 Advantages of KAVITAN® LC
Easy Manipulation - Fast mixing - Easy application - Non-sticky consistency - Sufficient manipulation time (3min) - Short polymerization time (20s) - Easy shaping and polishing

8 Advantages of KAVITAN® LC
High Resistance - High compressive and flexural strength (182 and 57MPa) - Excellent depth of polymerization (4,2mm) - High wear resistance - Long-term fluoride release - Biocompatibility

9 Advantages of KAVITAN® LC
Natural Aesthetics -Available in VITA shades - A2, A3, B3, C3 -Lower opacity -Very good finishing and polishing -Natural appearance of the restoration

10 Indications KAVITAN® LC
Class V and III restoration in permanent teeth Class I and II restoration not loaded with occlusal forces Class I, II, III and V restoration in deciduous teeth Adhesive liners under composite or amalgam fillings

11 Indications KAVITAN® LC
Core build-ups prior to preparation for crowns, inlays or onlays Class I, II, III, and V laminated restorations Fissure sealing

12 How to make a filling from GIC?

13 Working scheme in vitro
1. Clean the tooth surface using of appropriate instruments (bowles, brushes...) choosing the cement colour

14 Working scheme in vitro
2. Cavity preparation preparation of carious lesions smoothing of cavity margin

15 Cavity preparation

16 Working scheme in vitro
3. Preparation of the cavity do not over-dry dentin! apply KAVITAN CONDITIONER for 10s (remove the „smear layer“)

17 Working scheme in vitro
4. Cement preparation dose the powder and liquid (in mixing ratio 2 : 1)

18 Working scheme in vitro
4. Cement preparation pull the powder into liquid in 2 – 4 parts

19 Working scheme in vitro
4. Cement preparation mixing time max. 30 – 45 s homogenous and plastic consistency

20 Working scheme in vitro
5. Filling application place the mixed cement (Centrix tips, etc.) using of transparent foils is recommended

21 Manipulation schedule
Polymerization 20s Mixing Working time s min

22 Working scheme in vitro
6. Polymerization light-cure for 20s removal of excessing amount of material

23 Working scheme in vitro
7. Finishing use apropriate instruments: (burs, gum rotary instruments, flexi-discs, polyshing paste) COOL !!!

24 Working scheme in vitro
7. Polishing apply LC VARNISH to protect the surface

25 Frequently asked questions

26 What is the difference between LC glass-ionomers and compomers?
based on acidobasic reaction contains 5% of resin only fluoride release Anticarigennous efect Compomers: based on composite resin (90%) minimal fluoride release Anticarigennous efect ???

27 KAVITAN® LC for all generation light-cured glass-ionomer cement
replacement of amalgam - children semipermanent restoration - adults cervical lesions - seniors

28 KAVITAN® LC appropriate combination with KAVITAN KONDICIONER =
removal „smear layer“

29 KAVITAN® LC appropriate combination with LC VARNISH
= to protect the surface

30 Thank You for Your intention!!!

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