>When low cost meets top quality
Bond-1® is the simple-to-use 5th generation single bottle bonding system from Pentron® Clinical Technologies. With years of clinical success since its launch in 1996, Bond-1® receives top ratings in numerous independent Evaluations.
“Bond-1® is highly effective in forming a hybrid zone and preventing post-operative sensitivity and minimizing microleakage.”
Dr. Karl Leinfelder, D.D.S., M.S.
(Data on file)
“Bond-1® exhibits high bond strengths to all current materials, up to 31 MPa.”
Dr. J. Powers, University of Texas
(Data on file)
Bond-1® delivers an unsurpassed set of advantages
The combination of proven dentin adhesives (PMGDM, HEMA) in an acetone carrier provides:
- Superior penetration of the bonding resin into the dentinal tubules and hybrid layer
- A strong bond because of an intimate contact between resin and tooth structure
- Virtuly elimination of post-operative sensitivity
- Faster air drying after application of Bond-1®
- Minimization of microleakage.
Bond-1® is not a filled bonding resin. In addition to superior penetration, this ensures a lower film thickness (5 microns), allowing for a wider range of applications.
Bond-1® has several applications:
- It is suitable for all direct restorations
- It will cure in indirect applications when used in conjunction with Pentron® Clinical Technologies resin cements
- It is ideal for bonding non-retentive posts and crowns
- It is indicated for bonding amalgams when used in conjunction with AmalgaCure®
- It is ideal for bonding fiber post technology (like DT POST®) in conjunction with Cement-It!® Universal C&B.
Bond-1® C&B contains an ethanol solvent as opposed to the acetone solvent in Bond-1®. Ethanol is a slower acting solvent which provides a longer working time (indicated for crown and bridge bonding procedures).
Bond-1® C&B may provide a longer useful shelf life than regular Bond-1®*.
The choice is now yours – ethanol solvent or acetone solvent. In either case, you will benefit from one of the leading 5th generation bonding systems at a fraction of the cost of other systems.
*Perdigao J, Swift EJ, Lopes GC. Effects of repeated use on bond strengths of one bottle adhesives. Quintessence International 1999 Dec; 30 (12):819-823
Properties: Bond strength (MPa)
|Lute-It!® Dual-cure cement:
|Rexillium III (non-precious metal):
|Naturelle (semi-precious metal):
|RxC (gold-precious metal):
||Phosphoric acid, non-silicate based, water-soluble polymer thickening agent
||PMGDM, HEMA, light curing initiator, and acetone
Q. For Dentin/Enamel bonding, which strength of acid should I use?
You can use either 10% or 37% phosphoric acid to etch both dentin and enamel. The Bond-1 Primer/Adhesive System was designed to give you the maximum flexibility in your etching procedure. Therefore, if you prefer a less concentrated solution choose the 10% acid. As long as the contact time is appropriate, your etching technique will not affect bond strength.
Q. Is Bond-1 Primer/Adhesive compatible with all brands of composite?
Q. Should I leave the dentin moist after it has been etched?
Yes. Bond-1 Primer/Adhesive is hydrophilic and works best on moist dentin.
Q. What is the film thickness of Bond-1 Primer/Adhesive once it is light-cured?
Bond-1 Primer/Adhesive results in a film thickness of 8 microns when cured.
Q. What are the bond strengths of Bond-1 Primer/Adhesive to dentin and enamel?
The bond strength to dentin is 31 MPa, and to enamel is 27 MPa.
Q. How should I store Bond-1 Primer/Adhesive?
For maximum shelf life, store Bond-1 Primer/Adhesive in the refrigerator.
22 Gauge Bent Needle Tip (100 pk)
22 Gauge Bent Needle Tip (50 pk)
Proven 5th generation
Solvent-free SE adhesive
5th generation single
bottle bonding system