PermaFlo® DCDual-Cure Composite Luting/Restorative Resin
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PermaFlo DC is the most versatile product within Ultradent’s family of cements. It is ideal as a luting material for crowns, bridges, inlays, and onlays and can also be used for endodontic post cementation and fabrication of core buildups. As a highly filled dual-cure composite/luting restorative resin, PermaFlo DC provides maximum strength and durability.
- Highly filled (70% by weight)
- Thixotropic with low film thickness (9µm)
- Available in four shades: A2, A3.5, Translucent, Opaque White
- Compatible with both total-etch and self-etch bonding systems
- 2.5-minute working time, 5- to 8-minute set time
Indications for Use
PermaFlo DC is recommended for permanent cementation of crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, endodontic post cementation, and fabrication of core buildups. PermaFlo DC flows easily through a small orifice tip, making post luting simple and convenient. Its optimal viscosity flows easily into the depths of the post preparation and then intimately around protruding, direct-placed posts. To stop material flow during core build-up, tack with a curing light. PermaFlo DC is compatible with Peak® Universal Bond for light-cured bonding and luting.
With syringe/tip delivery, a crown is loaded from the depth of the crown to ensure no air entrapment.
Use From Post to Crown
PermaFlo DC's versatile dual-cure resin formula can be used to cement endodontic posts and fabricate core buildups.
Use PermaFlo DC to lute inlays, onlays, crowns, and bridges. It can be used with porcelain, lithium disilicate, zircona, porcelain fused to metal, metal alloys, leucite-based ceramics, alumina-based ceramics, mica-based ceramics, gold, and composite.
Lowest Film Thickness in a Luting Composite Resin
Film Thickness (in μm)
Available in Four Shades
PermaFlo DC is available in A2, A3.5, Translucent, and Opaque White shades.
Gluten Free and Kosher Certified
Ultradent products are gluten free and kosher certified, so they fit in with the lifestyles and beliefs of patients from any background.
Sold Directly to Licensed Dental Professionals Only
Ultradent is committed to supporting the dental community. PermaFlo DC is only sold directly to licensed dental professionals.
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"I use PermaFlo DC from post to crown. It works every time, has great delivery, and consistently does its job."
Do I use PermaFlo DC with a total-etch or self-etch system?
PermaFlo DC is compatible with both, so you can use it regardless of your preferred etching method.
What materials can I use PermaFlo DC with?
PermaFlo DC can be used with porcelain, lithium disilicate, zircona, porcelain fused to metal, metal alloys, leucite-based ceramics, alumina-based ceramics, mica-based ceramics, gold, and composite.