TheraCem® Self-Adhesive Resin Cement
Delivering a strong bond to Zirconia and most substrates, along with easy clean-up and high radiopacity, TheraCem offers the clinician a reliable and durable cementation of indirect restorations.
TheraCem is a dual-cured, calcium and fluoride-releasing, self-adhesive resin cement indicated for luting crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays and posts (prefabricated metal/non-metal/fiber posts).
Curion is the ONLY authorized distributor of BISCO products in Canada. This product is backed by the manufacturer's warranty.
- Continuous calcium and fluoride release
- Transitions from acidic to alkaline pH in minutes
- Specially formulated to allow for quick and easy clean-up
- A high degree of conversion ensures a higher physical strength
- Easy to identify on radiographs for quick and effective diagnosis
- Easy auto-mix, dual-syringe provides a consistent mix for immediate delivery
- Delivers a strong bond to zirconia and most substrates with no priming or etching required
TheraCem: The Next GENERATION Cement
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With TheraCem you can reduce procedure time and simplify the overall restorative process.
Frequently Asked Questions
Applying Z-Prime Plus to the substrate is not required when cementing with TheraCem. There are neither benefits nor consequences to using them together. Save time, and money and take advantage of TheraCem’s benefits!
TheraCem is compatible with all substrates including zirconia, lithium disilicate (e.max) and feldspathic porcelain.
Both TheraCem and BisCem are self-adhesive cements.
However, TheraCem includes the following features as compared to BisCem:
- Fluoride and calcium release
- Higher bonds strengths; especially to Zirconia – Contains MDP
- 18-month shelf life at room temperature (BisCem requires refrigeration)
- Higher radiopacity and can be easily identified on a radiograph
- Easy clean-up and removal of excess cement
- Alkaline pH after bonding
Yes, in order to achieve reliable cementation results, all glass ceramic substrates should be pre-treated with a silane primer such as BISCO’s Porcelain Primer or BisSilane.