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Quadrant Bondings

Quadrant Uni-SE-Bond

Quadrant Uni-SE-Bond is a seventh-generation self-etch bonding system. The system can be combined with light-curing restorative materials. A unique integrated desensitizer prevents post-operative sensitivity.

The procedure is very simple:

  1. Shake
  2. Apply first coat
  3. Air-dry
  4. Activate with light

Quadrant Uni-SE-Bond penetrates deeply into the surface, resulting in improved bonding by thickening the hybrid layer. The filler actively enhances the hybrid layer’s homogeneity (even on vertical walls). This ensures lower sensitivity and gap-free restorations.

Features Quadrant Uni-SE-Bond:

  • Strong and durable bonding due to 4-META and mild etch
  • Integrated desensitizer prevents sensitivity
  • Simple user-friendly procedure
  • Deep surface penetration
  • Can be stored at room temperature

Quadrant Uni-1-Bond

Quadrant Uni-1-Bond is a one-bottle primer and sealer for direct restorations. The light-curing composite adhesive has excellent bonding properties due to the 4-META monomer.

How does it work?

  1. Prepare, clean, and dry the cavity, apply Quadrant Total Etch, rinse and airdry.
  2. For effective tubules penetration, apply Quadrant Uni-1-Bond in three coats.
  3. Wait for fifteen seconds.
  4. Air-dry for 2 to 5 seconds.
  5.  Cure with the lamp.

Features Quadrant Uni-1-Bond:

  • 4-META monomer quality optimization
  • Excellent adhesion by dentin penetration abilities
  • Prevents bacterial invasion
  • Ethanol water base – constant composition
  • Less technique-sensitivity

In short: Quadrant Uni-SE-Bond is a complete self-etch bonding system that facilitates etching, priming, bonding, and desensitizing, all in one step.

More information about these products? Download the brochure below. Visit our distributor’s page to discover where the product is available.

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  • FAQ

  • If dentine is discoloured by old amalgam will this adversely affect the bond?

    It is malpractice to remove discoloured dentine if no caries is present unless this is a functional requirement or aesthetics demand it. If darker dentine shows through without caries being present then the dentist is well-advised to make a note of this on the patient’s treatment record. There will not be any adverse effect on the bond.