Cling² is a non-eugenol, automix temporary cement with a unique carboxylate resin in a paste-paste format. Versatile and easy to use, Cling² is the ideal choice for cementing provisional crowns, bridges, inlays, and onlays.
Cling2 Resin Optimized Temporary Cement
- Clinical Techniques
- Instructions For Use / SDS
- Product Configurations
Dentistry and photography courtesy of Robert Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD
Cling2 sets in about 1:30 minutes for easy placement.
EASY CLEAN UP
As Cling2 sets, it easily peels away from margins.
EXCEPTIONAL TISSUE HEALTH
Cling2 carboxylate resin and non-eugenol, zinc oxide formula prevents adverse bacterial activity, resulting in exceptional tissue health, every time.
When you are ready, Cling2 releases and usually stays in the prosthesis making clean up a breeze. The remaining Cling2 on preparation flakes off easily
Once set, Cling2’s optimized resin formula provides extra adhesion to prevent premature dislodgement.
Instructions For Use / SDS
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Cling2 5mL Syringe:
- 1 x 5mL syringe (base & catalyst), mixing tips, instructions/SDS
Cling2 10mL Syringe:
- 1 x 10mL syringe (base & catalyst), mixing tips, instructions/SDS
Mixing Tips (5mL/10mL syringe):
Cling2 25mL Cartridge:
- 1 x 25mL cartridge (base & catalyst), mixing tips, instructions/SDS
Mixing Tips (25mL cartridge):
Ensure that there is an adequate amount of Cling2 placed inside the temporary. The preparation must be clean and dry prior to cementation and a dry field must be maintained until Cling2 has set.
Once set, excess Cling2 breaks apart in large pieces, making clean-up quick and efficient. As with other temporary cements, clean-up of excess cement from the temporary is made easier by polishing or applying a glaze, such as Glisten (Clinician’s Choice), prior to cementation. Not only will this make Cling2 easier to separate from the temporary, but it will also prevent plaque build-up and staining throughout the provisional period.
It is normal for a small amount of Cling2 to remain on the prep site. You may also choose to limit Cling2 to the walls adjacent to the margin, if the preparation is ideal.
– Bob Margeas, DDS