Dr. Lou GrahamRead Full Review
"Given the challenges we face as clinicians, the biomimetics and additional features of Ceramir, truly place this product in a unique category in dentistry."
“As dental professionals, we owe it to our patients to be educated and informed, to be on the cutting edge and to offer them the best that dentistry has to offer. After reviewing the features of Ceramir, studying the literature and using it for many many patients, the benefits and successes with this cement are self evident. Ask yourself this … what would I want in my children’s mouth, my grandchildren’s mouth, what would I want in my mouth? Ceramir is a material that is bioactive, biomimetic, hydrophilic, insoluble and retentive - it is a smart material and a smart choice.”Dr. Carla Cohn
“Ceramir is easy to use and has excellent clean-up. But that’s not why I use it. I’ve been using Ceramir for over 3 years now and I’ve never seen a cement that had so many desirable characteristics! A pH of 8.5 and the ability to fill in gaps with new crystalline structure!! I feel more confident with the long term stability of the restoration when Ceramir is the cement under all my crowns; lithium discilicate, zirconia, PFM...it works with all of them. It’s a no brainer when proper resistance/retention form is present.”Dr. Gregory Gillespie
“Ceramir, 400 units cemented in 3 years because of it’s unique chemistry with all substrates. It’s all about the seal! No question a wonderful game changer that is so easy to use and the most patient comfortable cement I have ever used. And the only cement I would use for implants!”Dr. Lou Graham
Ceramir Crown & Bridge. . . the revolutionary bioceramic dental luting cement and the first product in a new class of unique materials, performs with outstanding effectiveness, durability, and ease-of-use. Ceramir C&B sets a new standard of performance for the permanent cementation of the metal and porcelain fused to metal (PFM) crowns and bridges, gold inlays and onlays, cast and prefabricated metal posts and high strength ceramics such as all-zirconia, all alumina or lithium disilicate restorations.Watch Video
Successful, long-term stability of indirect restorations in dentistry is highly dependent on the clinician understanding the relationship of tooth preparation style and the proper cement that it therefore dictates. There are various categories of cements, each with unique considerations. Not all cements can be used for all preparation types. The main indicator of cement choice for a given ceramic is not necessarily the ceramic itself but the type of preparation involved and whether the preparation is retentive or nonretentive. This article will discuss cements, ceramics, and both types of preparations, highlighting the steps involved in achieving predictable cementation.Read More