Premier Implant Cement - 5ml Syringe

  • Premier® Implant Cement™
Premier Implant Cement - 5ml Syringe
Non eugenol, temporary resin cement.
SKU: 12-798
Inc. VAT: £47.94 Ex. VAT: £39.95
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Unique Elastomeric Qualities

Premier® Implant Cement™ is a tough elastomeric resin that flexes under force, absorbs shock and resists breaking down under daily occlusal stresses. The innovative formula creates a tight marginal seal and will not wash out.

Secure Retention
Strength and durability of resin cements for long lasting hold.

Mechanical retention only – not chemical – allows future restoration removal for retreatment or adjustments.

No Fluoride
Non-fluoride formulation safe for all alloys including titanium.
Tight marginal seal protects implant from potentially corrosive high fluoride environments.

Easy to Use
No adhesives or primers. Package comes complete with auto mix syringe and mix tips.

Pack contains: 1 x 5ml automix syringe, 10 x mixing tips & 1 x mixing pad.

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Short DescriptionNon eugenol, temporary resin cement.
PresentationSyringe refills

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Hi. Is this permanent?, I'm looking for some strong cement as my bridge keeps falling out. Thank you

Question submitted by: Safura Khan on: 2016-10-11 19:24:46

Hi Safura, It's a long term temporary cement designed for implant retained crowns so not permanent and not particularly indicated for bridges either.

We only supply dental materials like cements to dental professionals and would very strongly recommend visiting a dentist to cement your bridge back in rather than attempting it yourself.

As an emergency measure we do supply first aid kits for teeth as a temporary solution if you can't get to a dentist. You can find these here


Answer submitted by: Joe Earl on: 2016-10-14 10:00:58

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