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GC 1 GLASS IONOMER
GC 1 Glass ionomer

GC 1 GLASS IONOMER

A Strontium-based GC 1 Glass ionomer. GC Gold Label Glass Ionomer contains strontium glass. The strontium glass gives great radiopacity and depiction attributes, consistently favored by clinicians around the globe. They are supplied as a powder and a liquid that is mixed with water. For optimal bonding, the tooth surface should be conditioned with polyacrylic acid before the application of the cement. GC 1 Glass ionomer is classified based on what they are used for. Glass ionomer is not recommended for use on the chewing surfaces of back teeth. Because the surface of glass ionomer fillings can get rough over time, there can be more gum problems around these fillings.

Glass ionomers were invented in 1969 and reported by Wilson and Kent in the early 1970s. Glass-ionomer cement components, when blended together, undergo a hardening reaction. Dental amalgam, or silver fillings, have been used to fill cavities for more than 150 years. It’s strong, durable, and less expensive than other types. The concern with conventional GIC, however, is its poor strength when subjected to load. Glass ionomer is classified based on what they are used for. They are supplied as a powder and a liquid that is mixed with water.

LUTING AND LINING CEMENT

RADIOPAQUE SELF CURE GLASS IONOMER LUTING AND LINING CEMENT

MADE IN JAPAN

Powder: 15 G

Liquid: 10 G (8 ML)

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