PermaSeal™Penetrating Composite Sealer
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Items returned within 30 days of purchase with a return authorization number on the outside and inside of the return box will be credited 100%. Product returned between 31 and 60 days from purchase date is subject to a 20% restocking fee. Ultradent will not accept returns after 60 days, with the exception of machines under warranty. Errors in shipment must be reported within 14 days of invoice date. All return authorization numbers become invalid 90 days after date of issue. A return authorization number must accompany all returns to receive proper credit. Please contact Customer Service at 800.552.5512 for assistance.
PermaSeal composite sealer is a light-cured, methacrylate-based, unfilled resin. Its low viscosity allows excellent penetration, and the ultrathin layer minimizes the need for occlusal adjustment.
PermaSeal composite sealer seals voids and irregularities created during the polishing process, minimizing staining and wear. Place on Class V composite margins to reduce microleakage.1 For the final glaze-type finish of resin provisionals, cover PermaSeal sealer with DeOx™ barrier solution prior to light curing. PermaSeal sealer bonds well to composite-type provisional restorations and can be used to revitalize old composites as well.
- Bonds to composite and etched enamel
- Seals microcracks and strengthens restorations
- Protects and revitalizes composite restorations
Hands down, your composite sealer makes the composite look finished, gives it a glossy look, and 'fills' the microscopic pits. It makes or breaks my composites! I can't live without it!
- Dunn JR, Dole P, Fullerton B, Hennesy C. Microleakage of Class V composite restorations using a composite surface sealant. Biomaterials Research Center. School of Dentistry. Loma Linda University. May, 1996.