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iBOND Universal
iBOND Universal

iBOND Universal

All-purpose convenience.

Fractures? Chippings?

Repairs with iBOND® Universal.

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iBOND Universal

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Indications

  • All indications

    iBOND Universal

    One bottle of adhesive takes you through indications of direct and indirect restorations with amazing adhesion.

  • All dental materials

    All dental materials

    iBOND Universal is compatible with light-, self- and dual-cure materials without the need of a dual cure activator.

  • Instant bonding success

    Instant bonding success

    The intelligent new formula of iBOND Universal contains MDP and provides instant and reliable bond strength.

  • Multi-technique capable

    iBOND Universal

    You still work with your preferred bonding technique, because iBOND Universal respects your personal habits. Furthermore, you benefit from a short curing time of only 10 seconds.

  • Moisture control

    Moisture control

    Acetone supports perfectly the water removal. You benefit from this intelligent system with easier air-drying, reduced techniquesensitivity and a homogeneous bonding layer.

  • Drop control

    Drop control

    With our drop control, you apply just as much bonding agent as you need. The amount of single drops goes up to 220 per bottle.

Features iBOND Self Etch iBOND Total Etch iBOND Universal
Etch&Rinse, Selective Etch, Self Etch Only self etch Only etch&rinse X
Direct Restorations X X X
Indirect Restorations X* X X
Compatible with Self-, Dual- and Light Cure Materials without activator
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X X
Bonding to silica based ceramics without primer - - -*
Bonding to ZrO2 and metal without primer - - X
*in combination with a LC resin cement *with a ceramic primer

Applications

Intraoral Repair

Step-by-step

Step-by-stey iBOND Universal

After three years, the palatal wall of tooth 16 fractured. A rubber dam was therefore applied for isolation.

Step-by-stey iBOND Universal

The fractured tooth and lithium disilicate surfaces were then roughened using a coarse diamond bur.

Step-by-stey iBOND Universal

Afterwards, the tooth and the lithium disilicate surfaces were etched and cleaned using phosphoric acid (iBOND Etch 35 Gel), and rinsed with water.

Step-by-stey iBOND Universal

The lithium disilicate surfaces were then silanised with iBOND Ceramic Primer. When doing so, it is important not to touch the dentine surface with the primer. The primer was air-dried after 20 seconds.

Step-by-stey iBOND Universal

In the next step, iBOND Universal was applied to the tooth surface and the lithium disilicate. After 20 seconds of active application, the adhesive was air-dried until the adhesive layer no longer moved. The adhesive was then lightcured for 10 seconds.

Step-by-stey iBOND Universal

Finally, the fractured palatal tooth wall was built up in three increments using Venus Pearl. The restorations were then finished and polished.

FAQ

For which indications can iBOND Universal be used?

What is the advantage of acetone used in iBOND Universal?

What is “moisture control”?

What is special about iBOND Universal compared to competitors so called ‘universal’ products?

Why is it difficult to compare ‘universal’ adhesives?

What etching techniques can be used with iBOND Universal?

To which kind of material is iBOND Universal compatible?

Which surfaces can be bonded with iBOND Universal?

What is the pH of iBOND Universal?

For which material does iBOND Universal require a primer?

Why is a primer for silicate/glass ceramic required?

Can I buy the ceramic primer separately?

Can I use an etchant prior to the application of iBOND Universal?

What are the advantages of the new dropper?

How many applications can be covered with a bottle of iBOND Universal (4ml)?

How much material is inside a single dose?

What is the film thickness?

Can I use iBOND Universal to treat hypersensitive teeth?

How long can the bottle remain open?

How should iBOND Universal be stored?

What is the time required to apply iBOND Universal?

Does iBOND Universal need to be light-cured?

Does iBOND Universal need to be shaken before use?

How long do I need to air-dry iBOND Universal?

How much adhesive do I need for a cavity?

How do you apply iBOND Universal?

Why does iBOND Universal need to be gently rubbed throughout application?

How long does it take to light cure iBOND Universal and what should the dentist look out for?

Is iBOND Universal radiopaque?

What makes iBOND Universal compatible with self-cure materials?

Why does iBOND Universal contain 4-META and MDP as adhesive monomers?

Does sclerotic dentine need a special pre-treatment?

What pre-treatment is necessary to the preparation, and/or tooth, when repairing a restoration?

What is the benefit of using iBOND Ceramic Primer for intra-oral repair?

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