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Tracom was founded in 1987 as a Marketing Company. In 1988, the Company made an entry into Dental Profession and since then is involved in Sales and Marketing of Dental Equipments, Instruments and Materials in the territory of India.
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- Self Etch Vs. Total Etch
- MDP Monomer
- Clearfil SE Bond
- Clearfil AP-X
- Clearfil AP-X Esthetics
- Panavia-F
- Clearfil Photocore
- Caries Detector
- Alloy Primer
- Clearfil Ceramic Primer
- K-Etchent Gel
- Teethmate F-1
- Soaric
- Signo G10
- TwinPower Ultra Series
- Lubrina
- Veraviewepocs 3D R100
- Veraview iX
- Root ZX mini
- Tri Auto mini
- Dentaport ZX
- Tri Auto ZX
- Endowave
- Vitapex
- SB Post
- GP Solvent
- Free Access
- Pencure 2000
- Prep Start
- H2O Accessories
- Micro Etcher
- Contact Matrix
- Contact Wedges
- Ice Light Post
- Star Flow
- Flash Buster
- Spin Bright
- Trimeze
- Retract
- SuperEndo Alpha
- SuperEndo Beta
- Ultrasonic Endodontic Tip
- Ultrasonic Microsurgical
     Tip

- Vibra Post Tip
- Microsurgical Instrument
- Implant Scaler Tip
- Ultrasonic Tip for Scaling
- WhiteStar Diode Laser
- No-Contact Handpiece
- Laser Bleaching Gel
- Flour Gel for
     Hypersensitivity

- ENT Laser

- Easy-Filler
- FISIOGRAFT   nanoH.A.reinforced
- Chlo-Site

- Obtura
- Obtura S Kondensors
- Multi Task System (MTS)
- CPR Titanium Tips
- CPR Diamond Tips
- BUC Tips
- SL Restorative Tips
- KiS Microsurgical Tips
- PST Tips
- Multi Task Cart
- Microsurgical Instruments
Specilalties Wise Products

- Clearfil SE Bond
- Clearfil AP-X Esthetics
- Clearfil Ceramic Primer
- Panavia-F
- H2O Accessories
- Dentaport ZX
- Self Etch Vs. Total Etch
- Clearfil Photocore
- MDP Monomer
- Alloy Primer
- Clearfil Repair System
- K-Etchant Gel
- Vitapex
- SB Post
- GP Solvent
- Free Access
- Jetlight 4000+
- Starflow
- Ice Light Post
- Contact Matrix
- Contact Wedges
- Contact Rings
- Micro Etcher
- Flash Buster
- Spin Bright
- Air Abrasion System
- Trimeze
- WhiteStar Diode Laser
- Retract
- Root ZX mini
- Tri Auto mini
- Tri Auto ZX
- Rotory Master
- Dentaport
- Endowave
- SuperEndo Alpha
- SuperEndo Beta
- Ultrasonic Endodontic Tip
- Ultrasonic Microsurgical
     Tip

- Vibra Post Tip
- Microsurgical Instrument
- Implant Scaler Tip
- Ultrasonic Tip for Scaling
- Obtura
- Multi Task System
- Starflow
- H2O Accessories
- Micro Etcher
- Flash Buster
- WhiteStar Diode Laser
- Free Access
- Panavia - F
- Clearfil Photocore
- Clearfil Ceramic Primer
- H2O Accessories
- Self Etch Vs. Total Etch
- MDP Monomer
- Alloy Primer
- Clearfil Repair System
- Clearfil ST Opaquer
- K-etchent
- Fisiograft
- SB Post
- Free Access
- Jegtlight 4000+
- Miratom Trays
- Ice Light Post
- Micro Etcher
- Flash Buster
- Spin Bright
- Trimeze
- WhiteStar Diode Laser
- Retract
- DNA / RNA Finder
- Chlo-Site
- WhiteStar Diode Laser
- Trimeze
- Teethmate F-1
- Clearfil SE Bond
- Clearfil AP-X Esthetics
- H2O Accessories
- Dentaport ZX
- Self Etch Vs. Total Etch
- MDP Monomer
- Panavia-F
- K-etchent
- Root ZX MINI
- Tri Auto ZX
- Dentaport
- Endowave
- Vitapex
- GP Solvent
- Free Access
- Jetlight 4000+
- Starflow
- Contact Matrix
- Contact Wedges
- Contact Rings
- Micro Etcher
- Flash Buster
- Spin Bright
- Air Abrasion System
- Trimeze
- Retract
- Premium Line Pliers
- EQ Line Pliers
- Spot Welders
- WhiteStar Diode Laser
- Dyanamics of Ortho
- Fisiograft
- Chlo-Site
- Free Access
- Trimeze
- WhiteStar Diode Laser
- Retract
 
   
Total-Etch vs. Self-Etch

The adhesive technology - cornerstone of modern, Minimal Invasive Dentistry

Increased technique sensitivity of the total-etch system led to development of the self-etching technique. Although these systems produce good results when used correctly, total-etch multi-step adhesives were regarded as highly technique-sensitive due to the precision required for the working steps: excessive etching removed more minerals from the dentin than desired and exposed the collagen fibers to a depth which was greater than the following adhesive could penetrate. Excessive drying caused the exposed collagen fiber network to collapse and blocked the access of the adhesive to the dentin areas below. This led to lower adhesive strength and simultaneously sensitivities and biting down pain.

The selection of the volatile solvent in the bonding systems also influenced the moisture of the dentin surface required for ideal results:
Since alcohol is lighter than water, alcohol-based systems require an extremely dry surface, which means that there is a high risk of overdrying. Acetone-based adhesives, on the other hand, work best on a slightly moist surface because acetone is drawn into the tubuli through a moist surface. But since the definition of “slightly moist” is difficult to realize during actual work, the bonding results are worsened if the surface is either too dry or too moist.

Direct desensitization and conditioning with water-based self-etching adhesives of the CLEARFIL series.

“CLEARFILTM LINER BOND 2” was introduced by Kuraray at the beginning of the 1990s as the first self-etching adhesive in the world. The objective was to eliminate the technique sensitivities caused by the total-etch technique. A water-based, self-etching primer was developed to avoid problems related to a separate etching technique or a defined surface moisture. This primer conditioned enamel and dentine in much the same way as phosphoric acid, but was not as aggressive and could be buffered in its effect by released calcium.

The slightly acidic pH value was thus reduced further and dropped to a neutral level, which allowed the primer to stay in the cavity. This made it possible to avoid complicated work steps such as rinsing, drying, changing cotton rolls as well as the risks of excessive etching and overdrying. The following adhesive without any volatile solvent could now penetrate all of the dentin layers, closing the dentin tubuli and contributing after the polymerization to prevention of post-operative sensitivities.

The development of the MDP adhesive monomer has improved further the chemical bond properties of the self-etching Kuraray adhesive. The collagen fibrils in the thin hybrid layers are not completely lost the hydroxylapatite, in contrast to the total-etch technique. The remaining hydroxylapatite can directly bond chemically with phosphate groups of Kuraray's own MDP monomer.

A similar effect can also be observed in the enamel. Although the enamel structure is only slightly affected, no fissure formation is determined between the adhesive, composite, and enamel. Although the adhesive strength without prior enamel etching was questioned when this technique was first introduced, various studies worldwide have since proven the equality of the MDP-based self-etching systems.

Due to Kuraray's lead in research in the field of adhesive and resin technology, Kuraray Dental Products achieve outstanding rankings in clinical in-vivo and in-vitro examinations. “REALITY”, an independent American test institute, certified that CLEARFILTM SE BOND caused absolutely no post-operative complaints (Issue 118, February 2000), while CRA praised the all-in-one adhesive CLEARFILTM S3 BOND as the best in its class from a total of 4 all-in-one systems which were tested. (Reports available on request)

Self-etch Technology

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