Ultra Band-Lok Blue 5gm Syringe
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Ultra Band-Lok 5gm Blue Syringe
INDICATIONS FOR USE:
Ultra Band-Lok® is intended for use as an orthodontic band cement and for occlusal buildups.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
1- Acid etching of the enamel is not required for cementing bands, however it will increase strength required for high stress banded appliances such as headgear, lip bumpers and banded Rapid Palate Expanders.
2- While holding the band between the thumb and forefinger, apply a bead of Ultra Band-Lok® to the inside of the band. Using a small spatula or similar instrument, cover the entire inside of the band with paste. Do not fill the band with paste, as this is not necessary and wasteful.
3- Seat band, clean off any excess flash. To facilitate flash removal, shine the light on the occlusal surface for 1 second. This will make the excess paste rubbery and easy to remove in one piece.
4- Position light tip in close proximity to the occlusal surface of the tooth and band interface. Moving in a slow circle around the top of the band, light cure for 30 seconds. At this point the cement is fully cured, allowing for immediate placement.
Ultra Band-Lok® can also be used to bond brackets, lingual retainers and large acrylic appliances. When bonding these appliances, you must first prophy and etch the enamel surface. Light Bond™ Sealant or Assure® or Assure® Plus Universal Bonding Resin should then be used to prime the enamel surface.
Ultra Band-Lok® will bond to porcelain surfaces when used with Reliance Porc-Etch™ and Reliance Porcelain Conditioner. Ultra Band-Lok® will bond to any metal surface (amalgam, gold and stainless steel) when those surfaces are sandblasted and conditioned with Reliance Metal Primer, Enhance™ Adhesion Booster or Assure® or Assure® Plus Universal Bonding Resin.
Note: The curing light utilized should be capable of providing a minimum of 600 milliWatts of continuous output to cure material properly in the time frame mentioned. Check your curing light with a radiometer monthly.