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CARBO CEM - Polycarboxylate Powder And Liquid

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CARBO CEM – Polycarboxylate Powder And Liquid

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About CARBO CEM – Polycarboxylate Powder And Liquid

100 g, 50 ml

JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement is a type of dental cement that is commonly used for permanent cementation of various dental restorations, it exhibits the property of chemical bonding with the enamel and dentin. It is supplied as a powder and liquid bottle.

Composition:

Powder: The powder is typically composed of zinc oxide, magnesium oxide, and other metal oxides. The zinc oxide provides the material’s strength and adhesion properties.

Liquid: The liquid contains polyacrylic acid or a similar polycarboxylic acid. This acid reacts with the metal oxides in the powder to form the cement.

Setting Reaction:

JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement sets through an acid-base reaction. The polyacrylic acid in the liquid reacts with the metal oxides in the powder, forming a complex salt called a chelate. This reaction is responsible for the adhesion of the cement to tooth structure and restorative materials.

Clinical Applications:

JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement is commonly used for the permanent cementation of crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, and orthodontic bands. It is suitable for cementing restorations made of various materials, including metal, porcelain, and certain composite materials.

Mixing and Manipulation:

The powder and liquid components are measured and mixed to achieve a smooth and workable consistency. The working and setting times can be controlled by adjusting the powder-to-liquid ratio.

Adhesion:

JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement exhibits good adhesion to both tooth structure and dental restorations. The chelation reaction with the tooth structure contributes to its adhesive properties.

Biocompatibility:

The biocompatibility of JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM cement is fairly good, and it is non-injurious to the dental pulp. It is used for the cementation of crown, bridges, and inlays, as well as a cavity base material under metallic restorations such as dental amalgam to protect the vitality of the dental pulp. It is well-tolerated by oral tissues.

Radiopacity:

The presence of zinc oxide in the powder provides radiopacity to the JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM cement, making it visible on X-rays.

 Insulating Properties:

JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement provides some thermal insulation to the tooth due to its low thermal conductivity. This can be beneficial for protecting the pulp from temperature changes.

 Cement Removal:

JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement is relatively easy to remove if necessary. Dental professionals can use mechanical means or chemical agents to facilitate the removal process.

It’s crucial for dental professionals to follow manufacturer instructions and guidelines for the specific polycarboxylate cement they are using. The choice of cement may depend on factors such as the type of restoration, clinical situation, and patient needs.

In summary, polycarboxylate cement is a superior choice for cementing restorations due to its chemical bonding property, biocompatibility, solubility, coefficient of thermal expansion, and compressive strength.

 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. How is JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement available?

CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement is available in powder and liquid form.

  1. How do I use JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM polycarboxylate cement?

          CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement has to be mixed on a mixing pad using a plastic spatula.

  1. How is JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement better than Zinc Phosphate cement?

          CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement exhibits chemical bonding with dentine and enamel so it produces very good adhesion.                         It also has less shrinkage during setting so it caused less microleakage.

  1. Is JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM polycarboxylate cement stronger than other cements?

CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement has more compressive strength than other cements.

  1. Is JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement Biocompatable?

Yes, CARBO CEM Polycaboxylate cement is biocompatible. It is also less soluble in oral environment.

  1. What are advantages of JAYPEE ENDO CARBO CEM Zinc Polycarboxylate cement?

CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement has several advantages over other dental cements.

  1. CARBO CEM exhibits the property of chemical bonding with the enamel and dentin.
  2. CARBO CEM provides a strong and durable bond between the restoration and the tooth structure.
  3. CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement has a better biocompatibility than other cements, and it is non-injurious to the dental pulp.
  4. CARBO CEM is less soluble in oral fluids than other cements, which makes it more resistant to dissolution and breakdown.
  5. CARBO CEM polycarboxylate cement has a lower coefficient of thermal expansion than other cements, it is less likely to cause microleakage and marginal gaps in the restoration
  6. CARBO CEM Polycarboxylate cement has a better compressive strength than other cements, which makes it more resistant to fracture and wear.

      7. What are disadvantages of polycarboxylate cement?

  1. It cannot be for restorative purposes because the cement is opaque and has poor esthetic properties.
  2. It has high solubility in organic acids with a pH of less than 4.5, which can lead to dissolution and breakdown of the cement.
  3. The mechanical properties of zinc polycarboxylate cement are inferior to those of other cements, such as glass ionomer cement.
  4. It has a lower compressive strength than Glass ionomer, which makes it more susceptible to fracture and wear.
  5. The working time of zinc polycarboxylate cement is shorter than that of other cements.

 

 

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