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Two-component universal light cure adhesive, providing outstanding adhesion to all composite, self-cure, dual-cure, light-cure resin cement and core build-up materials, without the need for any auxiliary product.
May be used in self-etch, selective-etch, and total-etch techniques.
Superior bond strength.
Effective enamel etching and dentin tubule penetration.
Refrigeration required; this product is stored under refrigeration at Safco.
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Discontinued: This item has been discontinued and is no longer available for sale.
Please note that final inventory status is not determined until an order is submitted; it is rare but possible that a product shown as "in stock" on our website is out of stock when you submit your order. Any backordered items will be shown on your shipping confirmation email and on your invoice.
Optibond eXTRa Universal was evaluated by 29 Dental Professionals in 749 uses. This universal adhesive received a 92% clinical rating.
OptiBond eXTRa Universal is a two-component, light-cured adhesive that:
Reduces inventory with one single bonding protocol for all treatments and techniques through use of patented GPDM and Ternary Solvent System.
Gives you the flexibility to choose your preferred etching techniques without the need of any auxiliary products such as silane or dual-cure activators.
Uniform and very low thickness delivers esthetic outcomes and also provides a significant advantage for indirect restoration placement.
Unique dark cure mode when combined with NX3 cement.
Superior bond strengths.
Can be used on any substrate as well as in place of silane and metal primers.
Compatible with virtually all types of cements, composites and core-buildup materials without the need of auxilliary products.
Light-cured composite and compomer restorations.
Cavity sealing for amalgam restorations.
Porcelain, composite and metal-based inlays, onlays, crowns and bridges.
Light-cured or dual-cured core buildups.
Cavity sealing as a pretreatment for indirect restorations.
Only for use with NX3 or MaxCem cement when cementing metal, alumina or zirconia restorations.
79% of evaluators said they would recommend 3M OptiBond eXTRa Universal to a colleague, and 62% said they would stock it in their office. 76% said it was equivalent or better than competitive products.
"Wide range of applications, Can be used for virtually every situation - no etch required."
"I place engagers for Invisalign on porcelain crowns and I''m getting great retention."
"No post-operative sensitivity."
"I liked that it has a thinner film thickness than most two-step bonding agents."
"Unidose containers have a flat bottom, so they are very stable."
"Being a two-step process does take additional time."
"The tabs on the unidose containers can be difficult to open - liquid can be lost."