Finally a fantastic implant cement!
Reduce the risk of peri-implantitis with a biocompatible, tissue-friendly cement that is very simple and quick to use and where the excess cement is so easy to remove.
Dr. Göran Urde
Keynote speaker at AO
Previous Keynote speaker at EAO
NEW IMPLANT CEMENT FROM DOXA
100% RESIN FREE
Manufacturer name: Doxa Dental AB (Sweden)
Manufacturer item code: 40037
Product category: Dental Cement
Product subcategory: Implant Cement
Packaging: Paper box. 10 foiled capsules and Instructions for Use
Packaging size: Height 50mm, witdh 187mm, depth 80mm
Packaging weight: Approx. 93g/0.20 pounds per box
Capsule: Each capsule - 0,17ml mixed cement
Storage: Store between 4°C/39°F and 20°C/68°F
The cement is supplied in our QuikCap capsule, for easy mixing and direct application. Each capsule provides a mixed volume of at least 0.17 ml cement.
Ceramir Applicator 2
To use the QuikCap system an applicator is needed. Ceramir Applicator 2 is specially designed to comply with the QuikCap system, and will give the dentists the optimal experience.
ITEM NO: 40027
To use the QuikCap system an applicator is needed. Ceramir Applicator is specially designed to comply with the QuikCap system.
ITEM NO: 40020
Superior cell1 and biocompatibility 2-4. Only implant cement with apatite forming ability 5-7. No pre-treatmentneeded 8-10. Excellent flowability – easy seating 8-10. Easy removal of excess cement due to controlled gel phase 8-10. 1. Marvin, JC .et al. (2018) In Vitro Evaluation of Cell Compatibility of Dental Cements Used with Titanium Implant Components. Journal of Prosthodontics. 2. Jefferies, SR. et al. (2013) A Review of Luting Agents, Properties and Bioactivity. Dental Learning, 2(7) 3. Pameijer, CH. (2012) A Review of Luting Agents. International Journal of Dentistry, ID 752861. 4. Pameijer, CH et al. (2008) In vitro and In vivo Biocompatibility tests with XeraCem. Journal of Dental Research, 87(B), 3097. 5. Lööf, J. et al. (2008) A comparative study of the bioactivity of three materials for dental applications. Dental Materials, 24, 653-659. 6. Engstrand, J. et al. (2012) Hydroxyapatite Formation on a Novel Dental Cement in Human Saliva, ISRN Dentistry, ID 624056. 7. Engqvist, H. et al. (2004) Chemical and biological integration of a mouldable bioactive ceramic material capable of forming apatite in vivo in teeth. Biomaterials, 25, 2781-2787. 8. Jefferies, SR. et al. (2009) One year clinical performance and post-operative sensitivity of a bioactive dental luting cement – A prospective clinical study. Swedish Dental Journal, 33, 193-199. 9. Jefferies, SR. et al. (2012) Prospective Observation of a New Bioactive Luting Cement: 2-Year Follow-Up. Journal of Prosthodontics, 21, 33-41. 10. Jefferies, SR. et al. (2013) A bioactive dental luting cement—its retentive properties and 3-year clinical findings. Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry, 34(spec no 1), 2-9.