LuxaCore Z-Dual from DMG America, the ultra-strong, ultra-reliable core build-up material created with zirconia. Its combination of zirconia filler with DMG's patented nanotechnology means it significantly improves strength, flowability, and physical properties - it's the ultimate in resin technology! LuxaCore Z-Dual also works for your post cementing needs. Available in Natural, Blue, and Light Opaque shades.
- Cuts remarkably like dentin
- Exceptionally high compressive strength for enhanced stability
- Patented nanotechnology prevents particle agglomeration
- The film thickness of precision cement
- Perfect properties, even when used as a post cement
- Smoother material with enhanced flow
Natural (A3): For optimal esthetic results
Blue: For distinguishing the core material from tooth structure
Light Opaque: For the perfect balance of contrast and esthetics.
- All types of core build-up
- Cementation of root posts
- Do not use the material in cases of allergies to any of the components, in particular benzoyl peroxide, or in the event of contact allergies
- Do not use the material with a single-bottle bond because an optimum adhesive bond is generally not assured with chemical or dual-cure materials
- Do not use the material if a dry working environment is not possible
COMPOSITION: Barium glass, pyrogenic silicic acid, nanofiller and zirconium dioxide in a Bis-GMA based matrix from dental resins. Filler content: 71 % by weight = 50 % by vol. (0.02 – 2.4 μm)
- Working Time :1:30
- Setting time in mouth :5:00
- Flexural Modulus :9.3 MPa
- Flexural Strength :;150 MPa
- Compression Strength :380 Mpa>
- Water absorption : 20 μg/mm3
- Materials containing eugenol may inhibit the polymerization of LuxaCore Z-Dual and lead to discoloration
- Air containing water and oil can inhibit the polymerization of LuxaCore Z-Dual at the contact surfaces.
INSTRUCTIONS TO USE
- Light-curing units should have an output of 450 nm and should be checked regularly
- The light intensity should be a minimum of 400 mW/cm2
- Place the light as close as possible to the material.