How do you use a Fuji conditioner?

How do you use a Fuji conditioner?

Just prepare the cavity and apply GC Cavity Conditioner to remove the smear layer and seal the dentin tubules. Place the mixed Fuji II LC into the cavity. Light cure, trim and finish. Use Fuji II LC as a base or liner to prevent marginal leakage, provide superior fluoride release and eliminate sensitivity.

Do you rinse cavity conditioner?

Apply a thin layer of the conditioner to the bonding surfaces using a sponge or disposable micro-tip applicator, leave undisturbed for 10 seconds. Do not rinse away. Should the applied conditioner be rinsed away, dry the cavity and apply the conditioner again.

Is Fuji II LC a resin modified glass ionomer?

Resin mechanical adhesion and glass ionomer, chemical bond. Light-curing provides immediate strength and allows immediate finishing.

Does Fuji II contain fluoride?

Fuji II LC has significant levels of fluoride release to help protect surrounding and adjacent surfaces.

What is Fuji II LC?

About. GC Fuji II LC CAPSULE is a light-cured glass ionomer restorative with outstanding flexural strength and excellent bond strength to teeth even in presence of saliva. It is available in premeasured unit dose capsules for no-mess mixing.

What is the mixing time for Fuji II?

mixing time should not exceed 20-25 seconds. Notes : 1) Do not mix the powder or liquid of GC Fuji II LC CORE Material with any other glass ionomer product. 2) The material is designed for use at room temperatures of 21-25°C(69.8-77°F). The manipulation time is 2 minutes after completion of mixing at 23°C(73.4°F).

Is Fuji 9 light cured?

Fuji® IX GP is one of the world’s leading glass ionomer restoratives. A conventional, self-curing glass ionomer, it is easy to pack and contour in the cavity and works splendidly in posterior Class I, II, and V restorations. It is also ideal for core build-up or as a base.

Do you need isolation for glass ionomer?

These materials are very hydrophobic by design, and so they don’t tolerate even a little bit of moisture. The isolation requirements are much more stringent during the procedure. “With glass ionomer, on the other hand, they contain water. It’s a necessary ingredient for the acid-base reaction.

Does composite bond to Fuji?

GC Fuji BOND LC is a flexible and desensitizing bonding agent for all direct placement, composite resin restorations. It chemically bonds composite to dentin, enamel and cementum, which is then reinforced by the mechanical interlock of the hybrid layer.

What is resin modified glass ionomer?

Abstract. The resin-modified glass ionomer materials are hybrid materials of traditional glass ionomer cement with a small addition of light-curing resin, and hence exhibit properties intermediate to the two, with some characteristics superior to conventional glass ionomer materials.

Do glass ionomers release fluoride?

The initial fluoride release from glass ionomer is due to an acid-base reaction, with the amount of fluoride released proportional to the concentration of fluoride in the material. 5 This is responsible for the phenomenon of “burst effect,” wherein high amounts of fluoride are released during the first two days.

Do you etch before RMGI?

Do not acid-etch set GI. Placing phosphoric acid over set GI obliterates the surface and results in very poor bonding to resin. Practitioners are accustomed to routinely acid-etching prior to resin placement in most procedures, but this is deleterious to self-curing GI’s.

How do you use Fuji cavity conditioner?

Apply CAVITY CONDITIONER (10 seconds) then rinse thoroughly and remove excess moisture. Do NOT dry tooth. Apply mixed GC Fuji II LC to cavity preparation. A simple method is to slightly overfill the restoration, light-cure, then trim and finish.

What is the difference between Fuji II and Fuji filling LC?

Fuji II LC had significantly greater bond strength to dentin than Fuji Filling LC. The use of Cavity Conditioner or Self Conditioner resulted in bond strengths that were not significantly different from each other; however, both produced greater bond strengths than those in the non-conditioned groups. Acid Etching, Dental / methods*

Why choose Fuji II LC restorative?

Clinically proven Fuji II LC restorative brings you all the advantages of a conventional glass ionomer – plus important advances like dual curing, immediate finishing and outstanding aesthetics. With its simple, time-saving technique it is the ideal solution for many indications.

Why choose GC Fuji II LC capsule?

It is available in premeasured unit dose capsules for no-mess mixing. GC Fuji II LC CAPSULE’s exceptional esthetics, simplicity and economy make it a fantastic choice for Class V restorations, cervical erosions/abfraction lesions and as a liner/base.