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ESTECEM II Resin Cement Universal Kit

ESTECEM II Resin Cement Universal Kit
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Estecem II

Estecem II is a dual-cure (light and/or self-cure), radiopaque, adhesive resin cement system with excellent handling, esthetic and adhesive properties to teeth and all prosthetic materials. The main components of the Estecem II are: Estecem II Paste (A/B) and Tokuyama Universal Bond (A/B).
Tokuyama Universal Bond promotes the adhesion of Estecem II Paste to tooth structure. Tokuyama Universal Bond also enhances the adhesion of Estecem II Paste to all prosthetic materials without the use of a separate primers.


  • Cementation of crowns, bridges, inlays, and onlays made of glass/oxide ceramics (porcelain, zirconia and alumina), metals/alloys (precious and non-precious) and resin materials including inorganic filler (composite materials)
  • Repair of fractured porcelain fused to metal crowns and all ceramic restorations
  • Cementation of veneers
  • Cementation of adhesion bridges
  • Cementation of metal or resin cores, metal or glass and quartz fiber posts


  • Reliable Adhesion over time and with all prosthetic material
  • Flexural Strength and Elastic Modulus as a guarantee of long durability of the cementation
  • Superior Esthetics
  • Ease of use, simple and fast removability of excess cement
  • Color Stability over time

Estecem II Kit:

  • Paste A/B, 2,3+2,3 ml (4,7+4,7 g)
  • Tokuyama Universal Bond A/B, 5+5 ml
  • Accessories


  • Universal: a shade having a tooth color. Ideal for Anterior Esthetic Restorations, and generally a wide range of shade matching cases. Universal shade is included in Kit
  • Clear: a colorless and transparent shade. Suitable for Esthetic Crown and Veneers where the underlying tooth color provides most of the color needs
  • Brown: a shade having a dentin color. Suitable for ceramic or composite resin crowns
  • White-Opaque: a shade with high opacity. Suitable for veneer and other cases requiring masking of the underlying color




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