BondSaver and BondSaver D Instructions: BondSaver D

BondSaver D

Note: Shake bottle vigorously for 3 seconds before dispensing

Total Etch:

  1. Etch the tooth surface as instructed by the adhesive manufacturer
  2. Rinse away the extra etch and dry the tooth thoroughly for at least 3 seconds
  3. Using a small micro-applicator, apply a uniform coat of BondSaver D to the entire preparation. Allow to dwell for 5 seconds, dry briefly, leaving a shiny surface. Surface should not have any pooled liquid
  4. Continue to apply the adhesive manufacturer’s materials as prescribed in their instructions

Selective Etch:

  1. Etch the enamel surface as instructed by the adhesive manufacturer
  2. Rinse away the extra etch and dry the tooth thoroughly for at least 3 seconds
  3. Using a small micro-applicator, apply a uniform coat of BondSaver D to the entire preparation. Allow to dwell for 5 seconds, dry briefly, leaving a shiny surface. Surface should not have any pooled liquid.
  4. Continue to apply the adhesive manufacturer’s materials as prescribed in their instructions

Desensitizing Crown Preparations:

  1. Prior to cementation of the temporary, dry the tooth aggressively for at least 3 seconds.
  2. Apply a generous boat of BONDSAVER D, allow to dwell for 5 seconds, briefly dry and place the temporary.
  3. For maximum effect, repeat the application several times, i.e. aggressively dry the prepared tooth, apply a generous coat of BondSaver D, allow to dwell for 5 seconds, dry again and repeat the above steps twice more.
  4. The clinician may either choose to proceed to cement the temporary crown or apply either Surpass® or Superb to seal the crown preparation and then cement the temporary.

Treating Sensitive Dentin:

  1. Dry the dentin as much as possible
  2. Apply a brushful of BondSaver D
  3. Allow to dwell 5 seconds
  4. Dry
  5. Apply another brushful of BondSaver D
  6. Dry
  7. Repeat until sensitivity disappears
  8. If desired, apply a coat of Surpass® 2 or Superb, dry and light-cure to prolong the desensitization.