ParaCore dual-cured is a glass-reinforced composite, which is radiopaque and available in three shades, dentin, white and translucent. ParaCore is based on our decades of experience and expertise in the areas of composite, bonding and endodontic posts. This integrated bond & cement system complements a wide array of endodontic post systems for clinically sound, long-lasting post & core restorations.
Extended working time with ParaCore SLOW
The working time of the ParaCore SLOW is extended to 60 seconds at 37° C, which allows completion of large restorations or cementing posts without time pressure. The ParaCore SLOW setting version can also be injected directly into the root canal with the fine root-canal mixing tip.
- One Material for 3 Key Indications (post cementation, core-build ups, crown & bridge cementation)
- 2 Versions: ParaCore and ParaCore SLOW
- 3 Shades: dentin, white and translucent
- Optimal monoblock bond interface between the dentin-post-crown
- Superior bond strength and durability
- Stable consistency
- Contains fluoride
- Barium glass
- Amorphous silica
ParaBond Non-Rinse Conditioner (NRC) contains:
- Acrylamidosulfonic acid
ParaBond Adhesive A contains:
- Maleic acid
- Benzoyl peroxide
ParaBond Adhesive B contains:
- Applying ParaBond Adhesive prior to cementation with ParaCore effectively seals and protects the restoration against marginal microleakage to minimize the risk of postoperative complications.
- An independent In-Vitro study1 compared the amount of microleakage present following cementation of all-ceramic crowns using different composite luting cements.
- Cross-sectioned human molars demonstrated significant differences in the amount of dye penetration (marginal microleakage) after thermal cycling.
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Directions Of Use:
FOR POST CEMENTATION:
Application of the chemical cured ParaBond Adhesive into the post space preparation of the root canal and onto the contact surfaces
Application of ParaCore directly into the root canal using the root canal tip.
Cementation of the ParaPost Fiber Lux Post into the root canal.
Removal of excess ParaCore.
FOR CORE BUILD-UPS:
STEP 1: Freehand core build-up using ParaCore.
STEP 2: Manual contouring of the core build-up.
STEP 3: Crown preparation using different types of DIATECH diamonds.
STEP 4: Completed crown preparation.
FOR CEMENTING OF ROWNS , BRIDGES , INLAYS & ONLAYS:
STEP 1: Application of the chemical cured ParaBond Adhesive onto the crown preparation
STEP 2: Application of ParaCore directly into the allceramic crown restoration.
Cementation of the final crown with excess ParaCore material being removed afterwards.
Postoperative clinical situation