Universal Adhesive Doesn’t Require Surface Agitation, Light Curing, or Wait Time

Richard Gawel


Tokuyama Dental America’s Tokuyama Universal Bond 2-component universal adhesive doesn’t require surface agitation, light curing, or wait time after placement. A quick and easy application cuts chair time, especially in multi-tooth preparations, according to the company.

Universal Bond can be used in all etching techniques, including self-etch, total-etch, and selective-etch mode for direct and indirect restorations. This adhesive is fully compatible with light-cured, self-cured, and dual-cured composite materials. As a true universal adhesive, it does not require additional activators or primers, saving inventory costs and hassle, Tokuyama says.

Also, Universal Bond is designed to offer high bond strength to polymerizable resin material (adhesive resin cement, acrylic resin, and composite resin) and indirect restorative materials (such as glass-ceramics, oxide-ceramics, metals, and resin materials, including inorganic filler).  

For more information, visit tokuyamauniversalbond.com.

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