A crown cemented with Infinity is there to stay.
Clean the tooth surfaces thoroughly.
Etch the tooth with Etch’N’Seal, Den-Mat’s 37% Phosphoric Acid medium viscosity etchant with .05% Oxide for decreased sensitivity.
NOTE: The above procedure was performed on a dentin surface. Please follow the instructions for preparation of other surfaces.
Once you have completely rinsed and dried the echant off the tooth, apply 3-5 coats of Tenure MPB bonding agent to the tooth and dry.
Apply one thin coat of Tenure S and dry to a thin coat.
Light cure the Tenure S
Align the straight edge of the auto mixing housing with the small flange
Push the mixing tip onto the syringe
Turn 90 degrees clockwise until it stops
Attach the intraoral tip firmly (If necessary)
NOTE: You must extrude a pea-sized amount of material after placing the mixing tip on the syringe - discard this material. This is crucial to ensure that Infinity Syringable sets properly. Repeat this step each time a mixing tip is placed on the syringe.
Pre treat the interior surface of the PFM restoration if necessary
NOTE: Contact your laboratory to determine if any surface treatment is required for the restoration you are placing
Dispense Infinity into the cast metal restoration
NOTE: For inlays, syringe material directly onto the tooth
Seat the restoration under occlusal forces. Allow the restoration to set for 2-3 minutes.
Briefly light cure the excess material that has extruded from the margins until it reaches a gel consistency
Remove the gelled excess with an instrument
Use dental floss to remove any excess material in the interproximal