SDI seT PP - Self Etching, Self Adhesive Resin Luting Cement
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seT PP - Self etching, self adhesive resin luting cement
SDI’s top rated cement
seT is a self etching, self adhesive, resin cement, designed for final cementation of metal, resin, all ceramic and ceramic based restoratives. seT chemically bonds to tooth structure and all types of core material. seT is available in capsules and a paste/paste automix syringe system (seT PP).
High radiopacity detectable on x-ray radiographs, seT is great for recalls when margins are regularly checked for integrity.
No Bisphenol A or HEMA
seT does not contain any Bisphenol A (including its derivatives) or HEMA. Use this product on your patients with confidence and peace of mind.
Fast and easy
seT is an all in one luting cement. It etches, bonds and fills with just the one component. Simply apply seT and seat your restoration. seT produces a low film thickness and fluidity to seat cemented restorations.
High fluoride release
seT’s free movement of fluoride provides benefits to the tooth. Fluoride plays several significant roles in any caries prevention program. These include the formation of fluorapatite, which is more acid resistant than hydroxyapatite. Fluorapatite is harder than other tooth minerals. It helps to provide protection from tooth decay.
Designed to combine the advantages of light curing and self curing, seT is the ideal luting cement for most of your cementation needs
Minimal to no post- operative sensitivity
seT does not require separate etching and washing. The smear layer remains intact to protect the tooth. This dramatically reduces, if not eliminates, post-operative sensitivity.
2. Cementation pins, posts and screws
Shear bond strength to zirconia - 6.9 MPa
Shear bond strength to dentin - 11.7MPa.
1. Select the appropriate shade of ‘seT PP’.
2. Remove the temporary restoration and clean the preparation thoroughly using an oil free pumice to remove any remaining temporary cement (NOTE: temporary restoration should only be seated with eugenol-free cement).
3. Try in the restoration.
4. Again, clean with water and dry, but DO NOT DESICCATE.
WARNING: In cases where pulp protection is necessary, use a hard setting calcium hydroxide liner before the final impression is made. Substances such as hydrogen peroxide, desensitizers, disinfectants, astringents and dentin sealants etc should not be used as residues may interfere with bond strength and setting reactions.
Clean thoroughly and prepare the restoration according to manufacturer’s instructions. PREPARATION OF SYRINGE:
Remove cap. Dispense 2-3mm of material onto a pad and discard (to ensure correct ratio of extrusion). Attach a mixing tip to the syringe.
MIXING BY HAND:
Without mixing tip attached, extrude even amount of material onto mixing pad. With a suitable spatula mix the two pastes together for 30 seconds.
APPLICATION of ‘seT PP’
1. Protect the work area against contamination from intra-oral fluids.
2. Place or extrude ‘seT PP’ evenly onto all bonding surfaces of the restoration and tooth. NOTE: Do not use Lentulo-Spirals to insert the cement into root canals, as this can excessively accelerate setting. Also to avoid entrapping air, vibrate posts while inserting into root canal.
NOTE: In the case of veneers, use an adhesive (Go!, Stae, etc according to manufacturer’s instructions including any etching procedure) prior to seT PP to improve the retentive strength. Cement only 1-2 veneers at a time due to limitation of the paste’s working time (WT - 2 minutes, ST - 5 minutes, Light-curing time - 20 seconds)
Note: These times are approximate only, and may vary based on storage conditions, humidity, age of product and temperature
3. Seat restoration, and leave for 30 seconds before any light curing is carried out.
4. Trim excess material away after light curing for 2 seconds or after 2 minutes from start of mixing.
NOTE: If excess cement is removed with a sponge pellet or a similar implement leave a minimal amount of excess after restoration is seated. Immediately after, either briefly light-cure the excess or if allowing to self-cure cover the excess with glycerine gel to prevent oxygen inhibition.
5. Light cure thoroughly to speed up setting process (minimum 20 seconds per surface). In the case of composite and all ceramic materials, light cure ‘seT PP’ through the restoration.
6. Polish marginal area.
1. Avoid excess heat. For optimum performance, refrigeration of the product is recommended.
2. Store at temperatures between 2° and 25°C (35° - 77°F).
3. For optimum freshness, refrigeration is optional.
4. Use at room temperature between 20° and 25°C (68° - 77°F)
1. High fluoride release
2. Fast and easy
4. No postoperative sensitivity
5. BPA & HEMA free
6. Low soluble