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  1. 3M ESPE Adper Single Bond 2 Adhesive
    21%
    3M ESPE Adper Single Bond 2 Adhesive
    Regular Price ₹2950 Special Price ₹2331
    As low as ₹2205
    Excellent shear bond strength
    Special cap for minimum evaporation
  2. Anabond Eazetch + Two Cannulas
    Special Price ₹225
    Etchant gel
    37% Phosphoric acid
  3. 3M ESPE Adper Single Bond Universal Adhesive

    From ₹3775

    As low as ₹3775

    Consistent high bond strength
    Virtually NO post-operative sensitivity
  4. Ivoclar Vivadent TE-Econom Bond Refill 5g
    52%
    Ivoclar Vivadent TE-Econom Bond Refill 5g
    Regular Price ₹1471 Special Price ₹700
    One-bottle, one-layer adhesive
    High bond strengths
  5. Kerr OptiBond All-In-One
    41%
    Kerr OptiBond All-In-One
    Regular Price ₹2700 Special Price ₹1590
    Direct and indirect applications
  6. Meta Etchant
    10%
    Meta Etchant
    Regular Price ₹750 Special Price ₹673
    Easy dispensing
    No residue
  7. Ivoclar Vivadent Tetric N-Bond Total-Etch Refills

    From ₹1508

    As low as ₹1508

    Consistently high bond strength on enamel & dentin
    Nano-fillers ensure a visible glossy coat
  8. Ultradent Ultra-Etch - Refills

    From ₹1037

    As low as ₹997

    Unique self-limiting Phosphoric Acid Gel
    Places precisely and rinses clearly
  9. Ivoclar Vivadent N-Etch Regular/ Jumbo Refills

    From ₹977

    As low as ₹898

    Optimal partner of Tetric N-Bond
    Distinct blue color for a strong contrast to the tooth
  10. Ivoclar Vivadent Tetric N-Bond Universal (Viva Pen)
    37%
    Ivoclar Vivadent Tetric N-Bond Universal (Viva Pen)
    Regular Price ₹5545 Special Price ₹3508
    Repair of fractured composite
    Desensitization of hypersensitive cervical areas
  11. Deor DeoCera Etch Gel
    1%
    NEW
    Deor DeoCera Etch Gel
    Regular Price ₹590 Special Price ₹587
    As low as ₹530
    Helpful for etching hybrid composites
    Water soluble
    Out of stock
  12. Ultradent Ultra-Etch IndiSpense Refill (685)
    Special Price ₹6375
    As low as ₹6126
    Rinses cleanly—leaves no residue​
    Self-limiting
  13. Maquira Acid Gel Phosphoric 37% Blue Etchant
    18%
    Maquira Acid Gel Phosphoric 37% Blue Etchant
    Regular Price ₹641 Special Price ₹526
    As low as ₹475
    Strong anti-bacterial action
    Most efficient
  14. DPI Tooth Conditioner Gel
    20%
    DPI Tooth Conditioner Gel
    Regular Price ₹160 Special Price ₹128
    As low as ₹120
    Blue Coloured Phosphoric Acid Gel
  15. 3M ESPE Adper Scotchbond Multi-Purpose Plus

    From ₹875

    As low as ₹814

    Strong, reliable bonds for any application
    Reduces post-operative sensitivity
  16. D-Tech Etching Gel (dropper pack)
    Special Price ₹275
    As low as ₹255
    Silica Free
    High Quality
  17. Prevest denpro Actino Gel/Liquid

    From ₹150

    As low as ₹150

    Etching gel/Liquid
    Conditioning both dental enamel and dentine surface
  18. Medicept Dental Bond Plus
    10%
    Medicept Dental Bond Plus
    Regular Price ₹950 Special Price ₹851
    Suitable for moist dentin
    Bonds composites and compomers to dentin
  19. Medicept Dental Solo Etch Jumbo Syringe
    6%
    Medicept Dental Solo Etch Jumbo Syringe
    Regular Price ₹2600 Special Price ₹2435
    Etching of enamel and dentin
    It is thixotropic
  20. Shivam Dental Etch

    From ₹115

    As low as ₹104

    Increase bond strength
    Reduces sensitivity
  21. Dentsply Prime & Bond NT
    2%
    Dentsply Prime & Bond NT
    Regular Price ₹2095 Special Price ₹2047
    Universal self-priming dental adhesive
    Combines primer and adhesive in a single bottle
  22. MAARC Etching Gel

    From ₹138

    As low as ₹124

    Total etch
  23. Prevest Denpro Fusion Bond 5

    From ₹652

    As low as ₹652

    One bottle system
    Easy to use
  24. Metro Etchant
    19%
    Metro Etchant
    Regular Price ₹341 Special Price ₹275
    As low as ₹250
    37% Phosphoric Acid
    5ml Syringe
  25. Kulzer Gluma Bond5
    Special Price ₹1125
    As low as ₹1030
    Excellent Shear Bond Strength
    Long-Term Restorations
  26. Anabond Stedbond S
    Special Price ₹1100
    Acetone based
    Single Solution
    Out of stock
  27. Neelkanth Safetch
    44%
    Neelkanth Safetch
    Regular Price ₹300 Special Price ₹167
    As low as ₹149
  28. SDI Super Etch Jumbo
    8%
    SDI Super Etch Jumbo
    Regular Price ₹3000 Special Price ₹2772
    As low as ₹2567
    Selective enamel etching
    Blue tint gel
  29. Prevest Denpro Fusion Bond 7

    From ₹795

    As low as ₹795

    Light cured composites
    Self-etch
  30. Prevest Denpro Microgel SF

    From ₹237

    As low as ₹216

    Silica free composition
    37% phosphoric acid
  31. SDI Super Etch 12g Syringe
    3%
    SDI Super Etch 12g Syringe
    Regular Price ₹750 Special Price ₹727
    As low as ₹668
    Selective enamel etching
    Blue tint gel
  32. Ivoclar Vivadent Tetric N-Bond Universal Refill
    34%
    Ivoclar Vivadent Tetric N-Bond Universal Refill
    Regular Price ₹5545 Special Price ₹3632
    High Bond Strength
    Convenient
  33. Kulzer Gluma Bond Universal Bottle Refiil

    From ₹1835

    As low as ₹1835

    Reliable bond strength
    Create required precondition for long-lasting restoration
  34. Ivoclar Vivadent Tetric N-Bond Universal (Viva Pen) + VivaPen Snap-On Cannulas
    31%
    Ivoclar Vivadent Tetric N-Bond Universal (Viva Pen) + VivaPen Snap-On Cannulas
    Regular Price ₹7155 Special Price ₹4960
    Repair of fractured composite
    Desensitization of hypersensitive cervical areas
  35. Septodont Septo - Etch
    5%
    Septodont Septo - Etch
    Regular Price ₹400 Special Price ₹380
    As low as ₹346
    Compatible with all total etch bonding systems
    Available in easy-to-use syringe
    Out of stock
  36. Prime Dental Etching Gel

    From ₹100

    As low as ₹92

    Total Etch
    Enamel Etching
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BONDING AGENTS:

During the early 20th century, dental bonding consisted of various methods to create mechanical retention between the tooth and the restorative material. This included the undercut cavity preparation in amalgam restorations and other forms of physical retention such as grooves, skirts and slots. In the late 1950s, Dr. Michael Buonocore, discovered that phosphoric acid, in the concentrations around 37%, can be used to etch the tooth surfaces to create minute porosities, which can be used to create a micromechanical form of retention to the resin based composite restorative material.

Thus began the era of adhesive bonding in dentistry which is associated with the field of esthetic dentistry.

What are the different types of dental bonding agents?

TOTAL ETCH ADHESIVES:

The first bonding systems involved three steps : Etching of the enamel and dentin followed by rinsing and air drying; Application of a primer to prepare the tooth surface and application of the adhesive and light curing to facilitate formation of resin tags. This was called the Total Etch System of dental bonding.

37% orthophosphoric acid as reported by Buonocore is used to etch the tooth surface. After this step the tooth clinically shows a frosty white appearance in the applied regions.

Further research resulted in incorporation of the primer and adhesive in a single bottle, making it a two step process (5th generation bonding agents)

SELF ETCH ADHESIVES:

The problem associated with the total etch system of dental bonding was that the enamel and dentin react differently to the action of the acid and that it was very technique sensitive. The dentin if over dried resulted in desiccation which is highly detrimental to bonding. To overcome the problems associated with the total etch adhesive system, self etch adhesives were developed. These bonding agents were introduced as the 6th generation of bonding agents, which consisted of two components. The first was a bottle was the self etching primer and the second, the adhesive. This reduced the number clinical steps in the the treatment procedure and reduced the time taken. Taking it a step further the 7th generation bonding agents were invented as a single component system. The etchant, primer and adhesive were developed as a single bottle assortment.

A new technique of bonding, the hybrid technique is being used by dentists, which makes use of both systems. The total etch technique is used for the enamel surfaces while the dentin surfaces are bonded using the self etch technique.

What are the ideal requirements of dental bonding agents?

  • High bond strength to dentin similar to that of enamel
  • Biocompatibility
  • Minimize and prevent microleakage at the restoration margins
  • Be minimally technique sensitive
  • Have an adequate shelf life
  • Compatibility with a wide range of composite resins
  • Be non toxic and sensitizing to the dentist and the patients
  • Should seal the tooth surfaces from the fluids of the oral cavity

Why buy bonding agents products online from PinkBlue.in?

PinkBlue aims at delivering quality dental products to dentists enchancing the whole experience of clinical dentistry. Over 30 brands sell bonding agents online at our website. It is of monumental importance to us that the products are 100% original and genuine, and care is taken to ensure the same. In addition to having the best prices for dental materials online, at PinkBlue you have different modes of payment such as Cash on Delivery (CoD), Credit card, Debit card and Net Banking to suit the dentist.

What are the brands selling bonding agents online?

At PinkBlue you can find the best brands selling bonding agents at the best prices ensuring value for your money. 3M ESPE, Anabond Stedman, DMG Germany, Heraeus Kuzler, Ivoclar Vivadent, Kerr, Pulpdent, Tokuyama, Ultradent and Voco are a few of the 30+ brands selling their bonding agents through PinkBlue.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the generations of endomotors?

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Endomotors have been improved over the years resulting in 4 generations of endodontic motors for use in root canal therapy. 1st generation endomotors - without torque control 2nd generation endomotors - with torque limiter 3rd generation endomotors - with simple torque control 4th generation endomotors - with apex locator and torque control The first description of rotary instrument use in endodontics was done by Oltramare in the year 1889. The first endodontic handpiece was developed by William. H. Rollins, to aid in automated preparation of the root canal. Specially designed needles were used by Rollins, which were mounted into the dental handpiece with a 360-degree rotation. The speed of the instrument was limited to 100 rpm to avoid fractures of the rotary instrument.

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