Porcelain repair systems allow a dentist to fix crowns and bridges that have been damaged. These repair systems may work on ceramics and composite resins in addition to porcelain. Porcelain repair systems should be user-friendly and include a prime/bond component, an opaquer and a silane component. Some type of curing will be necessary to set the repair; often this will be light cured. A feature to look for in porcelain repair systems is excellent masking capabilities. The opaquer should have a smooth consistency and should appear homogeneous, this will ensure a seamless repair. Porcelain repair systems are a good option for saving an existing structurally sound crown or bridge with esthetic damage. These systems can save your patients time and money by eliminating the need to replace their existing restoration.
It Includes all necessary precomposite-placement materials
-Yields high bond strengths
-Facilitates quick, easy repairs without mixing