Cling2 Resin Optimized Temporary Cement

Cling2 Resin Optimized Temporary Cement

Cling²  is a zinc-oxide non-eugenol, resin optimized temporary cement developed for cementation of provisional crowns, bridges, inlays, and onlays.


  • Optimized Formula: Cling2’s carboxylate resin is bacteriostatic, reducing gingival plaque retention and sulcus inflammation to maintain tissue health.
  • Secure Adhesion: Cling2’s formulation provides secure retention of temporary restorations yet allows for easy removal and cleanup.
  • Chair Side Efficiency: Cling2 offers fast (90 s) set time and is available in two convenient delivery sizes—a 5 mL auto mix syringe and a cost-effective 25 mL  cartridge.

Clinical Techniques

Dentistry and photography courtesy of Robert Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD

Cling2 sets in about 1:30 minutes for easy placement.

As Cling2 sets, it easily peels away from margins.

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.




Cling2 Resin Optimized Temporary Cement – Michael Miyasaki, DDS


Cling2 Resin Optimized Temporary Cement

Instructions For Use / SDS

Click here to view the Cling2 Instructions for Use / SDS.

Product Configurations

Cling2 5mL (8.5 g) Syringe:

  • 1 x 5 mL syringe (base & catalyst), 12 mixing tips, instructions/SDS (158900)

Cling2 10mL (17 g) Pack:

  • 2 x 5 mL syringe (base & catalyst), 10 mixing tips, instructions/SDS (158910)

Mixing Tips (5 mL/10 mL syringe): 

  • 25-pack (153825)
  • 100-pack (153810)

Cling2 25 mL (42.5 g) Cartridge:

  • 1 x 25 mL cartridge (base & catalyst), mixing tips, instructions/SDS (158925)

Mixing Tips (25 mL cartridge): 

  • 24-pack (153830)
  • 96-pack (153831)


The temporary is popping off. How can I fix this?2019-04-12T16:05:51-04:00

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.

I am having difficulty removing Cling2 from the temporary. What can I do?2019-05-08T09:16:13-04:00

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.

The cement is adhering to the prep site. What can I do?2019-05-08T09:16:48-04:00

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
With a quick set and ideal retention, Cling2 is my go-to provisional cement.

– Bob Margeas, DDS

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