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The advent of glass-ionomer cement in dentistry has expanded its clinical applications, offering efficient and improved outcomes. These tooth-coloured restorations exhibit low technique sensitivity, chemically bonding to both sound and caries-affected tooth structures. Glass-ionomer cements release fluoride, protecting against recurrent caries. These materials play a significant role in modern restorative dentistry, owing to their adhesive, tooth-coloured, and...

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GC Gold Label 2 / Fuji II (Powder-Liquid) Restorative GIC

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GC Gold Label 9 Extra / Fuji IX Extra (Powder-Liquid) Restorative GIC

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3M Ketac Molar ART Restorative GIC

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Orikam Neocem Type 2 High Strength Restorative GIC

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D-Tech Restore + Condensable Restorative GIC

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The advent of glass-ionomer cement in dentistry has expanded its clinical applications, offering efficient and improved outcomes. These tooth-coloured restorations exhibit low technique sensitivity, chemically bonding to both sound and caries-affected tooth structures. Glass-ionomer cements release fluoride, protecting against recurrent caries. These materials play a significant role in modern restorative dentistry, owing to their adhesive, tooth-coloured, and fluoride-releasing properties. With applications in restorative, lining, luting, and sealing procedures, they stand out for their versatility, unmatched by other restorative materials. 

How to use Restorative Glass Ionomer Cement:

To prevent early failure of glass ionomer cement during the restorative process, several precautions are crucial:

  • Clean and dry the prepared cavity thoroughly. Prior treatment with weak acid solutions, such as polyacrylic acid (10 to 25%), enhances the adhesive characteristics by improving surface energy and wetting ability.
  • Maintain the proper powder-liquid ratio to ensure the ideal consistency of the glass ionomer cement.
  • Shake the powder vial before use, especially for anhydrous cement, to prevent excessive mixing of glass particles or lyophilized acid with the liquid.
  • Position the liquid bottle vertically at a distance from the glass plate to allow a free drop output during dispensing.
  • Adhere to the manufacturer's instructions regarding the mixing time for optimal consistency and performance.
  • Ensure that the material to be inserted exhibits a wet brightness, indicating the right moisture level for effective application.
  • Exercise caution during material insertion to avoid the formation of bubbles inside the restoration. The use of a Centrix syringe can be effective in preventing bubbles.
  • Take precautions to prevent wet contamination during the restoration process.
  • Press the material with a matrix for a specified duration, typically 1 minute, to ensure proper adaptation and placement within the prepared cavity.
  • During the initial removal of excess material, use a scalpel blade from the restoration towards the tooth...