These resin cements are rated #1 for veneers, inlays, onlays and crowns
Resin cements designed for ultra-white porcelain veneers
Increases bond strength of resin to porcelain
Prevue helps you try-in your veneers for exact color accuracy.
Our top-rated resin cement simplifies veneer, inlay, onlay and crown procedures with an easy-to-use automix delivery system, ensuring convenience and precision for dental professionals.
The perfect introduction to our #1-rated Insure resin cementation system.
Our Insure Refill Kit includes 4 popular resin cements plus a simulcure catalyst.
Luer lock refill tips for Insure Lite and GingaGuard.
Refill tips for Prevue, Renamel Flowable and Renamel De-Mark.
Mixing Tips for Insure Lite Automix and 8 gram COSMECORE
Package of 50 Intra-oral tips for Insure Lite Automix and 8 gram COSMECORE
Package of 25 nozzle tips for GingaGuard, Insure, RSVP Lite and da vinci.
The products you use determine your office’s success. However, the many available options make identifying the ideal one difficult.
That’s why considering the following factors is essential. Cosmedent’s dental professionals will discuss the key considerations you should consider to find an appropriate resin cement for your practice.
The restorations you commonly work with are fundamental in choosing the suitable cement. Different types of restorations may require specific types of cement for optimal results. Understanding the compatibility between the cement and the restoration material is paramount for long-term success.
Consider the bonding properties of the dental cement. Some cements are designed for conventional cementation utilizing traditional dental adhesives, like Cosmedent Complete Universal Adhesive System. Other cements are self-adhesive, forming a bond with the tooth structure and cementing the restoration. Assess your preferred bonding method and choose a cement that aligns with your preferences.
For restorations in visible areas, esthetics are very important. Therefore, choose a dental cement that complements the tooth’s natural color. This contributes to achieving a seamless and appealing result.
The setting time of dental cement can impact the efficiency of your workflow. Some cements offer a quick setting time, which reduces chairside time. Others are light-cured so the restoration can be tacked into place before polymerization, allowing for better manipulation and precise placement. Evaluate your procedural preferences and choose a cement setting time that aligns with your workflow.
Consider the biocompatibility of the dental cement. This is true, especially as you handle patients with sensitivities or allergies. Picking a biocompatible cement minimizes the risk of adverse reactions. It also ensures your patients’ safety and well-being.
Evaluate the longevity and durability of the chosen dental cement. Color stability is probably the most important factor for long-term success, in addition to a cement that provides a strong and enduring bond. Considering the expected lifespan of the restoration and the patient’s oral health is essential for selecting a cement that aligns with these factors.
Opt for a dental cement that aligns with your skill level and preferences. Some come in user-friendly formulations, simplifying the cementation process and reducing the likelihood of procedural errors. This is particularly important for practitioners seeking efficiency in their daily practice.
Although not the sole determining factor, cost considerations are still essential when choosing cement. Evaluate the overall cost-effectiveness and the longevity of the cement. Don’t forget to factor in the need for more related equipment and the potential for re-treatments.
Cosmedent Insure is a reliable and trusted choice for your dental practice. Here are reasons why Cosmedent Insure Dental Resin Cement deserves consideration:
Cosmedent has a longstanding reputation for delivering high-quality dental materials, and Insure Dental Resin Cement is no exception.
Insure Dental Resin Cement is manufactured using advanced technology, ensuring a durable and reliable bond for many restorative applications. The advanced chemical treatments contribute to the durability and stability of cement restorations.
Insure Dental Resin Cement offers the best long-term color stability in the industry, providing aesthetic excellence for practitioners. Its natural appearance enables it to blend seamlessly with the surrounding tooth structure. This enhances the restoration’s overall appearance.
In order to get the perfect aesthetic result when cementing veneers or crowns, Insure relies on the Prevue Dental Try-In Gels. These are the only trying gels that match the polymerized shade of the Insure cement.
Insure is suitable for many restorative applications, such as veneers, crowns, and bridges. This makes it a go-to choice for practitioners handling diverse cases.
Insure Dental Resin Cement’s efficient setting time improves the dental procedure’s overall efficiency. Practitioners benefit from cement that sets promptly, streamlining chairside procedures.
Cosmedent understands the importance of user-friendly materials in a dental practice. Insure Dental Resin Cement is designed for ease of use, especially when it comes to cleaning up excess cement at the margins. This allows practitioners to confidently and efficiently perform cementation procedures with minimal complexity.
Choosing Insure Dental Resin Cement comes with comprehensive support from Cosmedent. Educational resources, technical assistance, and a commitment to customer satisfaction are provided. These give the practitioners the support they need.
Many dental professionals trust and rely on Cosmedent Insure Dental Resin Cement for restorative cases. The product’s positive reception within the dental community attests to its effectiveness and dependability.
Discover answers to frequently asked questions about Cosmedent Insure Dental Resin Cement.
Our Resin Cement is versatile and can be used for various fillings such as:
It is tooth-colored, providing a natural appearance. It blends with the surrounding tooth structure. The color stability of Insure assures long-term aesthetic results.
Insure Dental Resin Cement is designed for efficient setting, contributing to the overall time efficiency of dental procedures. Insure can be used as light cure or dual cure resin cement. Light-cured restorations should be polymerized for 60 seconds with a halogen curing light or the longest standard setting of advanced LED light.
The same procedure should be followed for dual cure restorations, allowing for approximately seven minutes for chemical polymerization to be completed. The setting time may vary, and specific details can be found in the product instructions.
Insure Dental Resin Cement is ideal for chairside procedures, thanks to its ease of use. It has clear instructions, and practitioners can benefit from its user-friendly nature.
Insure Dental Resin Cement provides excellent esthetics. It can be used with different tooth shades to achieve a natural-looking result.
Cosmedent provides educational resources and technical assistance to ensure you have the information required for successful applications. Visit Cosmedent’s technique videos and resources page for more information on technical assistance.
Certainly, Insure is suitable for all restorations, offering versatility in its applications.
Yes, when combined with the proper dental adhesive, like Cosmedent Complete Universal Adhesive System, it is known for its exceptional adhesive properties. Thus providing a strong and reliable bond between the restoration and tooth structure. It has been trusted by many dental professionals for its bond strength.
Cosmedent adheres to stringent quality control measures, including a two-step quality control inspection. This ensures the high quality of its dental products and adherence to industry standards.
When Insure Dental Resin Cement is combined with a dental adhesive system like Cosmedent Complete Universal Adhesive System, it is suitable for sensitive patients. It is essential to consider individual patient needs and consult with them about specific concerns.