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Abzil Kirium Metal Bracket INR   0 INR  0
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Abzil Kirium Metal Bracket

3m Abzil Kirium Medium-size brackets build with 17/4 steel. This is the most resistant steel in the market, providing for the Kirium bracket strength and excellent bracket control. Its design offers comfort and strength, and the torque in base makes it a precise and reliable bracket. Each contain 20 Metal brackets.

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Kerr Temp Bond Ne

Kerr Temp Bond Ne is a temporary cement for trial cementing restorations or cementing temporary crowns and bridges. Temp-Bond and Temp-Bond NE are available in automix syringe, tube delivery and Unidose. Temp-Bond withstands mastication, seals the temporary restoration and prevents seepage, yet affords easy removal when desired. Temp-Bond NE is a non-eugenol temporary dental cement that will not inhibit the polymerization of permanent resin cements and acrylic temporaries. Resin-based Temp-Bond™ Clear with Triclosan is the most translucent provisional cement in the market, ensuring superior esthetics. Available in a convenient automix syringe, it offers a dual cure for added security and flexibility, ease of handling, excellent mechanical retention, and easy removal from preparations. Multiple formulations:- Temp-Bond, Temp-Bond NE and Temp-Bond Clear with Triclosan for all of your temporary restoration needs. Delivery choices :- Unidose, tubes and new automix syringe offer flexibility in delivery options. Flows and mixes easily :- Delivers optimal consistency for solid, complete seating of temporary restorations. High bond strength :- Heightens patient confidence. Prevents leakage and sensitivity to cold and heat. Easy to remove :- Enhances patient comfort. Minimizes potential for damage to the prep or temporary restoration

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