The only dual cured restorative porcelain cement proven to last for 20 years
4-power magnification is essential. Obtain a good magnification system from Den-Mat or someone else. Your own prescription may be placed in the eyeglass lenses. You will be better able to do excellent work and prevent problems.
After the patient is seated, treat the LUMINEERS with Porcelain Conditioner for 30 seconds.
Rinse and dry well.
Apply Cerinate Prime to the LUMINEERS for 30 seconds and blow thin.
Blow Cerinate Prime thin.
Place LUMINEERS back into the case box in their proper slots.
Clean the teeth with a slurry of Porcelain Laminate Polishing Paste and water.
Syringe Paint-On Dental Dam on lingual side of the interproximals covering the gums and teeth thoroughly (this aids in clean-up). Light cure.
Etch teeth for 20 seconds with Etch ‘N’ Seal, rinse and dry.
Mix together equal amounts of Tenure A and B.
Apply 5 coats of the A-B mixture to each tooth, then air dry the tooth surfaces.
Syringe the Ultra-Bond Plus Try-in Paste into each of the LUMINEERS.
Gently insert the LUMINEERS one at a time and use a brush to clean up the excess Try-In Paste.
Hold a mirror approximately 16 inches away from the patient’s face and let them examine their smile.
Use a Schure 349 instrument or cotton pliers and gently tease the LUMINEERS off the tooth surfaces.
Remove the Try-In Paste from the LUMINEERS and tooth surfaces with Tenure S. Only use Tenure S once the final Try-In paste has been selected to clean up excess.
Select the appropriate shade of Ultra-Bond.
NOTE: If patient has dark stains, such as tetracycline stains, we recommend the new BLOCK-OUT opaque system by Ultra-Bond.
Apply Ultra-Bond to the prepared LUMINEERS and put in place.
NOTE: Ultra-Bond will self-cure in approximately 22 minutes.
After placing, remove excess Ultra-Bond with a soft brush coated with Tenure S or with Dab-Eze sponges.
Clean up any leftover Ultra-Bond resin cement using bur G (or D).
Use DenMat’s schure 349 instrument to remove the cured cement along the margins, as well as from the interproximal area along both the facial and the lingual. You may also use bur G. This bur is an excellent tool for cleaning up residual resin cement and also great for finishing composites.
Use bur B to remove the porcelain ledge.
Trim/polish the margins of the porcelain veneer.
Using the interproximal fine diamond bur F, known as the ‘mosquito’ diamond, refine the margins along the interproximal area.
Check the bite with articulating paper. Use bur E, the American football-shaped bur, on the lingual to finish the incisal wrap and adjust high spots or length.
Place a wooden wedge interproximally (optional)
Use the CeriSander (ultra-fine grit) to further smooth the interproximal surfaces. It is important that you use each sanding blade only two or three times to open contacts.
Check the interproximal surfaces with dental floss for smoothness.
Polish the new smile with Porcelain Laminate Polishing Paste using polishing cup A.