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3M RelyX Universal Resin Cement

3M-RelyX Universal Resin Cement 3M.com/RelyXUniversal

Overview

  • 12 Dental Professionals
  • 425 Total Uses
  • 99% Clinical Rating

Evaluators’ Comments

  • “The syringe is super comfortable to hold and has an indicator on the plunger to show when it is empty.”
  • “It’s great to have one cement with options for for self-adhesive and adhesive bonding.”
  • “The unique mixing tip allows for minimal waste.”
  • “The new syringe and tip are a wonderful combination! Excellent engineering.”
  • “Having one material to use for all cases is great.”
  • “The 6-minute wait for self-cure was my only complaint.”
  • “The choice of shades was helpful.”

Description

3M™ RelyX™ Universal Resin Cement is a dual-cure universal cement with an innovative syringe design.

  • It can be used in either the adhesive or self-adhesive mode for cementation
  • Kit contains 3M™ Scotchbond™ Universal Plus Adhesive for adhesive cementation
  • Available in shades A1, WO, A3O, and TR, which coordinate with the 3M™ RelyX™ Try-In Pastes
  • Adhesive strength can be enhanced further with the use of 35% phosphoric acid
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Unique Attributes

  • Redesigned tip significantly reduces wasted material in the mixing tip
  • Truly a universal cement as it can be used in either Adhesive or Self-Adhesive mode and used for any substrate

Indications

Use of 3M™ RelyX™ Universal Resin Cement in Self-Adhesive Mode or Adhesive Mode with 3M™ Scotchbond™ Universal Plus Adhesive for final cementation of:

  • All-ceramic, composite, or metal inlays, onlays, crowns, and bridges
  • Ceramic, glass fiber-reinforced composite or metal posts, as well as screws
  • All-ceramic, composite, or metal restorations on implant abutments

Use of 3M™ RelyX™ Universal Resin Cement in Adhesive Mode with 3M™ Scotchbond™ Universal Plus Adhesive for final cementation of:

  • All-ceramic or metal Maryland bridges and 3-unit inlay/onlay bridges
  • All-ceramic or composite veneers and occlusal veneers

Clinical Tips

  • Do not allow cement to cure too much when tack curing or it will be very difficult to remove excess
  • Extrude from tip slowly with light pressure
  • The most difficult thing about resin cements is cleaning up interproximally. Clean interproximal areas first, whenever possible