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August 28th, 2007

Experience Confidence With Adper Scotchbond SE Self-Etch Adhesive

3M ESPE introduces Adper Scotchbond SE Self-Etch Adhesive, a self-etching adhesive that offers a unique combination of confidence-inspiring features and total-etch performance in a self-etch for reduced post-operative sensitivity.

In addition to consistently high bond performance, Adper Scotchbond SE self-etch adhesive features a color change indicator to ensure proper placement and activation. The pink primer solution is a visual indicator of coverage. When the adhesive resin is applied, the resulting solution becomes clear, indicating activation of the system.

Incorporation of novel nanotechnology developed first for Filtek Supreme Plus Universal Restorative into the bonded zirconia nanofiller of Adper Scotchbond SE has allowed radiopacity, helping to prevent misdiagnosis of pooled adhesive as secondary decay.


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