- Temporary cement, for temporary crowns on vital teeth and implant.
- Permanent and/or semi-permanent cement for permanent crowns (except zircon crown) on implant.
- Perio-friendly – Due to the smooth texture of the cement, the gum completely heals within 2 to 3 days. Then, any procedure can be performed without any haemostatic problems (impression, etc).
Can also be used on vital teeth.
- Time saving – The cement sticks to the intrados of the temporary crowns: the prepared teeth always remain clean.
Before putting the temporary crown back on the tooth:
For SEAL TEMP, just apply a new layer of cement. If a supra-occlusion occurs, just trim the extrados of the temporary crown.
For SEAL TEMP S, tear off the old layer of cement with tweezers, prior to apply a new one.
SEAL TEMP – Strong retention strength, for temporary bridges and crowns on normal low abutment teeth. Definitive cement on implant, except prosthetics elements in zircon.
SEAL TEMP S – Medium retention strength, for temporary bridge and crown cases on normal abutment teeth.
Semi-definitive cement on implant.
SEAL TEMP – ST-25 SEAL TEMP Resin based temporary luting cement, 2 x 12.5g syringes (base + catalyst)
SEAL TEMP – STD-16 SEAL TEMP Resin based temporary luting cement, 2 x 5ml dual syringes + 20 mixing tips
SEAL TEMP S – STS-25 SEAL TEMP S Resin based temporary luting cement, 2×12,5g syringes (base + catalyst) – (softer than seal Temp)
SEAL TEMP S – STDS-16 SEAL TEMP S Resin based temporary luting cement, 2 x 5ml dual syringes+20 mixing tips – (softer than seal Temp)