Clinical procedure:

Dual syringe form:
  1. Before first use, take the cap off and check that the two exits are unblocked. Extrude a little bit of cement to be sure that the 2 parts equally flow. Put a mixing tip on.
  2. Extrude the desired quantities and apply a thin layer in the intrados of the temporary crown.
  3. The crown or bridge should be firmly hold in place, by asking the patient to bite.
  4. Eliminate the excess immediately by spreading them on the temporary crown, with a mouth spatula, to obtain a smooth joint. The cement is totally hard after 1minute.
  5. Check the occlusion with an articulating paper.
  6. Leave the mixing tip in place until the next use.
2 syringes form:
  1. Take the caps off and extrude the desired equal quantities of base and catalyst, from the 2 syringes onto a mixing pad. Put the caps back in place.
  2. Mix the 2 pastes with a mouth spatula (10 s.) and apply a thin layer of cement in the intrados of the temporary crown.
  3. The crown should be firmly hold in place, by asking the patient to bite.
  4. Eliminate the excess immediately by spreading them on the temporary crown, with a mouth spatula, to obtain a smooth joint. The cement is totally hard after 1minute.
  5. Check the occlusion with an articulating paper.