CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER, is a single-component adhesive primer used to enhance the bond strength between resin-based materials and any type of ceramic restorative, porcelain, Zirconia, Alumina, Lucite, Lithium Silicate and composites. The application and use is significantly simplified compared to other processes. The product contains the phosphate monomer MDP which bonds very strongly to metal oxides, as well as a silane coupler to bond with SiO2 based ceramics.
CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER is very easy to use; it does not requiring mixing, uses a very easy-to-evaporate water-free solvent, does not form a sticky film, and does not require the use of a complicated HF treatment. Also, the newly developed chemical equilibrium between MDP and the silane coupler contributes better shelf life stability compared to other single component products.
CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER significantly simplifies the procedure for using resin cements with indirect restoration, as well as for intra-oral repairs of fractured ceramic restoratives using composite materials.
- Simple, no mixing required
- Easy to apply and dry
- Durable bond to any type of ceramic restoratives
- Excellent shelf life stability
- HF treatment is not required
- Surface treatment of porcelain, ceramics, hybrid ceramics or composite resin. - Intra-oral repairs of fractured crowns/bridges made of porcelain, ceramics, hybrid ceramics or composite resin
CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER SDS USA
CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER SDS CANADA (E)
CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER SDS CANADA (F)
Instructions for Use
CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER IFU
- Clearfil Ceramic Primer - 1 Primer 4ml
- What is CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER?
- Does the bond strength of the CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER decline after opening and during the storage?
- What is the difference between CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER and PORCELAIN BOND ACTIVATOR?
- Is CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER included in either the PANAVIA 21 or PANAVIA F 2.0 kits?
- Silane coupling agents are not recommended for use with high strength ceramics. Why can CLEARFIL CERAMIC PRIMER be used to treat Zirconia and Alumina restorations?