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    Multilink Abutment cement without monobond

    Discussion in 'Implants' started by John C, Dec 12, 2016.

    1. John C

      John C Member Full Member

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      I have a Zirconia hybrid screw retained crown I need to cement. I ordered the multilink kit from Zahn but they only sent the cement refill and not the kit. Has anyone used this without the mono bond plus or the glycerin gel. The zr abutment is going on a 6mm high Straumann vario base. Will it hold?
       
    2. adl

      adl Active Member Full Member

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      You need the monobond,otherwise it won't work.
       
    3. Sevan P
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      Sevan P Well-Known Member Full Member

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      For a little while then it is bound to come off. Never had a a crown or abutment come off since I started to use multi link implant. And I do the entire procedure, no cutting corners.

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    4. John C

      John C Member Full Member

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      Thanks for the replies. I will get the mono bond plus.
       
    5. JohnWilson

      JohnWilson Moderator Staff Member Full Member

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      MONOBOND, is not MANDATORY but it has shown an improvement in adhesion.

      You have to remember, zirconia does not etch, When you sandblast prior to cementation you creating micro mechanical retentions, unlike when working in the mouth we are not contaminating the field with saliva by doing it outside the mouth.

      Read through this PDF if will teach you a bit about this product, the benefits are PROVEN but they are small at best and are not mandatory by any means.

      http://www.ivoclarvivadent.com/zoolu-website/media/document/1001/Monobond+Plus
       
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    6. Sda36

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      Lightly sandblast Ti abutment and Zr and apply ZirPrime Plus, from Bisco, on both units. Wait 7 minutes before bonding. Good to anodize abutment, if in the anterior at least, just in case there's and shadowing created post bonding from the abutment, thickness dependant of course.
       
    7. Sevan P
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      Sevan P Well-Known Member Full Member

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      7 minutes!

      Damn, could of cemented 5 abutments by then. Mono bond only requires 60seconds of set time.
       
    8. Sda36

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      I just do it and bond later, an hour, next day, can't be too long. This material creates a good bond with the Ti and the zirconia, monobond is good on etched emax / ceramics.
       
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    9. Patrick Coon
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      Patrick Coon Well-Known Member Full Member

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      Actually Monobond + is made for Metal, Zirconia, and Glass Ceramics.
       

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