Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns have been used as predictable materials since the 1960s, owing to their mechanical strength and low cost. However, porcelain veneer failure has been reported as the major cause for the replacement of metal-ceramic restorations. The immediate replacement of failed complex prostheses is often impossible though, as it requires additional time, effort, and expense.
In this situation, repair is a suitable method to rehabilitate the contour and color of fractured restorations. Such repair demands durable bonding, even though it is not a permanent treatment.
• High masking capacity - allows complete masking
• Light-cured - easy application
• Excellent viscosity - can be applied with brushes
• Two shades - to match most cases
• Gel consistency - facilitates application
• Excellent viscosity - flows only on desired areas
• Ideal for ceramic repair - creates porosity and increases adhesion of resin to ceramic
• Pre-activated - easy to use
• Solvent based on ethanol - less evaporation
• Better adhesion - enhances bonding of resin; materials (resin and cements) to porcelain (ceramic) and glass fiber