Scotchbond™ Universal Adhesive is stronger and more versatile than OptiBond™ Solo Plus – with virtually no post-op sensitivity.
See why you should make the switch!
The success and growth of your practice depend on efficiency – and on patient satisfaction. If you’re using a dental adhesive that doesn’t provide technique flexibility, like OptiBond™ Solo Plus, maybe it’s time to consider a better alternative.
Scotchbond™ Universal Adhesive can help you sail through restorative procedures with confidence. It’s fast and simple to use, and is truly universal, so you can use it for procedures no matter the technique – self-etch, selective-etch or total-etch. Best of all, you can trust Scotchbond Universal Adhesive to bond consistently and reliably to any condition, whether etched, moist or dry dentin … with virtually no post-operative sensitivity.
If you’re thinking of making the switch, request your FREE sample today – and see for yourself why Scotchbond Universal Adhesive sticks out over the competition.
Scotchbond Universal Adhesive can be used with uncompromising performance in both direct and indirect procedures.
Scotchbond Universal Adhesive provides consistently high bond strength on a wide variety of surfaces, with no additional primer.
Scotchbond Universal Adhesive bonds to both moist and dry etched dentin, with virtually no post-op sensitivity.
Download to see how your adhesive compares!
Effective in both direct and indirect procedures, Scotchbond™ Universal Adhesive offers true versatility – unlike OptiBond™ Solo Plus, which is only indicated for the total-etch technique and cannot be used to prime indirect restorations.
*Additional component may be needed **Light cure may be required
In a 24-hour shear bond strength test*, Scotchbond™ Universal Adhesive proved to deliver a significantly stronger total-etch bond than OptiBond™ Solo Plus.
*Adhesion to dentin and cut enamel in total-etch mode.
Source: 3M internal data.
The unique chemistry of Scotchbond™ Universal Adhesive allows formation of a distinct hybrid layer and a consistent bond whether dentin is kept moist or dry. Many total-etch systems require dentin to be kept moist to enable hybrid layer formation and a consistent bond. A lack of hybrid layer or reduction of bond strength may lead to patient sensitivity.
SEM Images Courtesy of Dr. Jorge PerdigaoUniversity of Minnesota