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CLEARFIL MAJESTY ES-2: A natural-looking composite

February 27, 2020

CLEARFIL MAJESTY ES-2 is a composite that allows for the effortless creation of natural-looking aesthetic restorations. The combination of its self-adaptive capacity thanks to the use of light diffusion technology, its natural fluorescence, its high filler content, its fine workability and its exceptional polishability guarantees an outstanding aesthetic result.

Clinical case: Central incisor veneers with PANAVIA V5

February 17, 2020

In this clinical case, Irfan Abas, an expert in the field of oral implantology and restorative dentistry, shows how excellent, lasting aesthetic results can be achieved with PANAVIA V5 cement (Kuraray Noritake Dental).

The KATANA Zirconia Block—Clinical experiences from Italy

June 14, 2019

Earlier this year, Kuraray Noritake Dental invited dental professionals from all over Europe to a symposium in Berlin in Germany that highlighted the newest research and clinical findings on the KATANA Zirconia Block, the latest addition to the KATANA family. One of the presenters was Dr Nicola Scotti, an assistant professor at the Department of Cariology and Operative Dentistry at the University of Turin’s Dental School and operator of his own private practice.

Cementation of zirconia

January 18, 2017

Ten-methacryloyloxydecyl dihydrogen phosphate is a bit of a tongue-twister for anyone not a chemist by profession, so in everyday communication, this adhesive monomer is referred to by its three initial letters, MDP. The monomer was developed by Kuraray Noritake Dental in 1981 to improve the adhesive strength to hydroxyapatite and has proved its strength ever since. It is indispensable in dentistry. For example, reliable adhesive cementation of zirconia restorations would not be possible without MDP.

Adhesive cementing of porcelain veneers with PANAVIA V5: A clinical report

December 07, 2016

Case presentation: A male patient reported to the clinic with two discoloured composite corner build-ups on teeth #11 and #21 (Fig. 1). These vital teeth had been damaged through dental trauma in his childhood. He was not satisfied with the aesthetics of the restorations, including the overall shape and colour of these teeth. It was therefore decided to create porcelain veneers to teeth #11 and #21.

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