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Parkell: Reduce the Possibility of Implant Failure with Retrieve™ DC

  Optimally High Radiopacity With optimally high radiopacity and a dual-cure capability, Retrieve DC Implant Cement Kit provides long-term, semi-permanent adherence to all implant prostheses whether that are metal or ceramic, and without the need for a bonding agent. Not only does Retrieve DC guarantee polymerization in areas where a curing light cannot access, it boasts a 300% Aluminium radiopacity – so that any residual cement may be detected around implants and restorations. Because of its high radiopacity, Retrieve™ DC helps to reduce the possibility of implant failure due to peri-implantitis. With less radiopaque cements the excess cement that extrudes subgingivally during restoration seating is often not removed because the clinician isn’t aware it is there. What's in the Box?    1x 5ml dual-chamber cartridge + 10x mixing tips   Frequently Asked Questions Q. How is Retrieve™ DC dispensed? A. Retrieve™ DC is hand dispensed from an automix, dual-barrel syringe through single-use, disposable mixing tips. No gun is required.   Q. How do I know when I should lubricate an implant abutment? A. As a rule, you should consider lubricating all preps that you deem candidates for future crown removal.   Q. How much lubrication is necessary? A. It depends on the height and taper of the abutment. As the resistance and retention form of the implant abutment increases, the greater the need for increasing the percentage of the abutment surface that must be lubricated. Prior to cementation coat at least 50% of the coronal portion of the implant abutment head with lubricant. In some cases, up to 75% of the abutment surface may require lubrication for the restoration to be removed successfully. When lubricating an abutment, begin at the occlusal/incisal surface and apply the chosen lubricant down the walls of the abutment to the appropriate level. To create a tight marginal seal, do not lubricate the margins. This should give good retention while allowing removal of the prosthesis later. "BUY NOW" The message provided by Parkell 2021