Is Fuji II LC dual cure?

Apply mixed GC Fuji II LC to cavity preparation. A simple method is to slightly overfill the restoration, light-cure, then trim and finish. Form contour with hand instrument….Light-Cured, Resin-Reinforced Restorative.

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Is Fuji 2 a resin modified glass ionomer?

GC FujiCEM 2 is a second-generation, resin modified glass ionomer luting cement.

Is Fuji II a glass ionomer?

GC Fuji II is a self-cured glass ionomer restorative featuring high resistance to water and can be finished in just 15 minutes (under water spray). Its high surface hardness provides for a durable restoration. Available in powder-liquid or premeasured capsules.

Is FujiCEM radiopaque?

GC FujiCEM Evolve is a radiopaque resin-reinforced glass ionomer cement in a syringe delivery with a tack-cure feature and high radiopacity.

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.

Do you etch for Fuji?

Place mixed Fuji II LC as a base or liner, then light-cure. Acid etch as needed, apply enamel bonding agent and finish the restoration with a tooth colored restorative.

Which Fuji is light cure?

GC Fuji® II LC Capsule
GC Fuji® II LC Capsule is the world’s first resin-reinforced glass ionomer and has remained the benchmark for light cured glass ionomer cements, delivering more than 15 years of exceptional performance to clinicians all around the world.

Is Fuji plus self cure?

Contains: One (15 g) bottle of powder, 1 (7 mL) bottle of liquid, 1 (6.5 mL) GC Fuji PLUS CONDITIONER, 1 mixing pad and 1 scoop….Resin-Reinforced, Multipurpose Cement.

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Enhanced, Self-Cured Luting Cement Glass Ionomer, Provisional & Implant Cement Resin Modified Glass Ionomer Cement

What is Fuji II used for?

Fuji II LC is a self adhesive material which is quick and simple to place in proximal lesions providing ongoing protection to surrounding and adjacent tooth surfaces. Fuji II LC is ideal for restoration of anterior proximal lesions in primary dentition. Remove caries. Apply CAvITy CONDITIONER – 10 secs.

What is FujiCEM used for?

GC FujiCEM 2 is indicated for permanent cementation of all types of metal-, resin-, alumina- and zirconia-based inlays, onlays, crowns, bridges, and endodontic posts. Working time is two minutes 15 seconds, and intraoral setting time is four minutes and 30 seconds.

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.

What is glass ionomer conditioner?

About. Cavity Conditioner is a 20% polyacrylic acid solution designed to remove the dentinal smear layer and to condition dentine and enamel before the application of your glass ionomer restorative. It will increase the bond between your glass ionomer cement and tooth structure for added longevity.

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.

How do you prepare cavities with Fuji II LC?

Apply mixed GC Fuji II LC to cavity preparation. A simple method is to slightly overfill the restoration, light-cure, then trim and finish. Form contour with hand instrument.

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.