When your patient leaves the chair, you shouldn’t have to wonder if your cement will do its job. That’s why, for nearly 50 years, dental practitioners around the world have relied on 3M cements to keep their patients smiling.
3M™ RelyX™ Cements are formulated to provide strong, reliable bonds with excellent aesthetics and reduced post-op sensitivity for virtually any indirect procedure. All with just one or two easy-to-use components.
When you standardize your practice on RelyX cements, you can be confident that you will achieve reliable, predictable results, time after time. These versatile products also make it easy to simplify your inventory and speed up your procedures, giving you more freedom to work the way that’s best for you – and focus on delivering the best possible outcomes for your patients.
Standardize your practice on 3M™ RelyX™ Cements for reliable, predictable results. For virtually any indirect procedure.
Rely on the clinically proven family of 3M™ RelyX™ Cements for strong, dependable adhesion. Time after time.
We offer a full line of easy-to-use dental cements and accessories, including resin, resin-modified glass ionomer, conventional glass ionomer, veneer and temporary cements. Our comprehensive cementing portfolio is designed to meet your needs for crown and bridge, inlays/onlays, veneers, endodontic posts, Maryland bridges, and implant abutment procedures.
Now, we’ve created three easy-to-use tools to help you select the best cementation product for your procedure. Request your free cementation guides today.
Learn more about cementing zirconia crowns and glass ceramic crowns with 3M™ RelyX™ Cements.
Search by indication or by material to find the ideal 3M dental cement for your cementation procedures.
View the recommended indications for RelyX cements, grouped by material.
• CAD/CAM Glass ceramic restorations/veneers
• Applications requiring maximum bond strength
• Total etch, self-etch or selective etch
• General cementation
• Zirconia/oxide ceramic restorations
• Endodontic posts and bridges
• Metal and porcelain fused to metal (PFM) restorations
• Pediatric crowns, orthodontic bands, implants
The ideal balance of reliable retention and easy removal for temporary restorations.
A strong bond from root to core and excellent radiopacity for post and core procedures.
Guides for common dental cementation procedures