GC Gold Label 1 is designed for the final cementation of crown and bridge restorations.
It has been refined to provide enhanced physical properties.
GC Gold Label 1 chemically bonds to tooth structure and metal which provides excellent strength and marginal integrity for long term restorations.
It's also well suited for securing metal inlays, onlays, posts and orthodontic brackets.
Good pulpal compatibility buttet point.
Adequate working time.
GC Gold Label 9 is the easy-to-use, handle and place fluoride-releasing alternative to expensive compomers and composites and in many cases, amalgam. It cures extremely hard and is very wear resistant. As a true glass ionomer, it chemically bonds to tooth structure, has a tooth-like coefficient of thermal expansion and releases significant levels of rechargeable fluoride. It's the perfect product for geriatric and paediatric restorations, final restorations (non-stress bearing areas), Intermediate Restorative (IRM), core material and long-term, temporary restorations.
Intrinsic chemical adhesion to both tooth structure and metal.
Glass Ionomer formulation.
High mechanical strength.
Excellent wetting properties.
Film thickness of just 15 microns.
Sharp set characteristics.
Long term clinical data.
No surface preparation or bonding agent required.
Easy post-operative checks.
Type 9 Mini:
Extra fluoride release dental care products.
Extra fast setting yet with ample working time dental care products.
Extra translucency for improved aesthetics dental care products.
Strontium-based glass ionomer restorative dental care products.
For good radiopacity and snapset characteristics dental care products.
Strontium will mimic calcium in the formation of strontium hydroxyapatite and strontium fluoroapatite to affect internal remineralization within the tooth structure dental care products.
Research has shown that a strontium-based glass ionomer placed in calcium-containing environment (saliva) will result in calcium ion diffusing into the glass ionomer surface achieving a surface strengthening effect.