How to properly clean restoration surfaces
Unfortunately, contamination of restoration surfaces during intraoral try-in because of saliva is unavoidable. If the saliva is not thoroughly removed from the surfaces, the bond strength may be severely impaired. How can you prevent this complication from occurring?
The solution: effective cleaning with a universal paste
Use Ivoclean - a universal paste for the non-abrasive cleaning of the bonding surfaces of prosthetic restorations after try-in. This paste provides an effective cleaning action on all types of restorative materials without chemically reacting with them. Very small metal oxide particles constitute the active components of the cleaning paste. They bind to the salivary proteins, which then can be easily rinsed off with water.
Ivoclean buccal 45-47
Important: Use phosphoric acid only with glass-ceramics!
Phosphoric acid is only suitable for cleaning glass-ceramics. Phosphoric acid deactivates the surfaces of restorations made of zirconium oxide or base-metal alloy and should not be used for cleaning these restorations.
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