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Stay up to date to find out more about Kuraray Noritake. This section includes the latest news about the company, along with previews and reviews from past and upcoming events and congresses.

The KATANA Zirconia range at a glance

November 18, 2017 | Business

When it comes to the aesthetic performance of restorations in the anterior region, a key aspect to consider is translucency—the ability of the material to let light pass through it without becoming transparent. As teeth are naturally quite translucent, it is often noticeable if a restoration is of a low-translucency material, as it will not blend in. In addition, if the material is of a different colour to the surrounding teeth, it will likely appear unnatural. As the originators of multilayered zirconia technology, Kuraray Noritake Dental is proud to present our KATANA Zirconia range, a ceramic solution for restorative procedures that, owing to its superior translucency and variety of shade options, blends with the surrounding dentition perfectly.

“Clinicians will be very satisfied with the bonding agent’s performance”

November 13, 2017 | Business, Interviews

Before universal adhesives were available, two major techniques were used: total-etching adhesives, which basically work with phosphoric acid etching on enamel and dentine; and self-etching adhesives, which can be used with or without the option of etching enamel selectively. Prior to the introduction of self-etching adhesives in the late 1990s, dentists used mostly total-etching techniques. While this procedure achieves strong enamel bonding, it can also be very technique-sensitive and involves several steps. As a consequence, dentists welcomed the development of simplified adhesives. In 2011, the new generation of universal adhesives was introduced, with the aim of replacing all previous generations.

How rapid bond technology changes universal dental bonding agents

September 30, 2017 | Business

Much of the success of Kuraray Noritake Dental’s adhesive has come off the back of our originally developed MDP monomer (10-Methacryloyloxydecyl dihydrogen phosphate). After applying for a patent for it in 1981, we started using this monomer’s excellent chemical adhesion properties, hydroxyapatite and metals in PANAVIA EX, our first adhesive resin cement, as well as in our CLEARFIL SE BOND adhesive. Through a process of extensive research and development, we have been able to combine our MDP monomer with hydrophilic amide monomers to create rapid bond technology. Our new universal adhesive system CLEARFIL Universal Bond Quick relies on this technology to deliver a lasting bond faster, and easier, than ever. By building on our past successes to deliver better solutions, this new technology embodies what Kuraray Noritake Dental does best—innovate and develop new and improved products.

CLEARFIL Universal Bond Quick: the next step in bonding agents

September 25, 2017 | Business

In 1978, Kuraray Noritake Dental introduced CLEARFIL BOND SYSTEM F, the first total-etch bonding system. Through renowned products such as the CLEARFIL SE BOND self-etching primer and bonding system and the PANAVIA family of adhesive resin cements, we continued to focus on providing new solutions through research and development. Continuing in this trendsetting tradition, Kuraray Noritake Dental is proud to present CLEARFIL Universal Bond Quick, our newest universal dental bonding agent. Delivering a reliable and lasting result instantly upon application, CLEARFIL Universal Bond Quick eliminates the need for waiting, rubbing, or additional layers. Simply apply and proceed.

Kuraray Noritake presents new CAD/CAM block and aesthetic adhesive

March 25, 2017 | Business

COLOGNE, Germany: With one innovative product recently released and another in the pipeline, Kuraray Noritake Dental is aiming to provide revolutionary solutions for restorative procedures. At the International Dental Show (IDS) in Cologne, the company is showcasing its upcoming KATANA Zirconia Block—a multilayered material designed for the fabrication of full-contour zirconia prostheses—and giving an overview of its just-introduced CLEARFIL Universal Bond Quick, an adhesive that works within seconds of application.

Kuraray aims to take aesthetics to the next level

March 14, 2015

COLOGNE, Germany: With two new products in their portfolio, Kuraray Noritake Dental aims to revolutionise dental aesthetics. At the International Dental Show (IDS), the company introduced a new generation of their already market-approved Panavia cement as well as two different multi-layered zircon discs which are intended to imitate the natural colour gradient of untreated teeth, which reaches a completely new level of translucency.

Kuraray supports schoolchildren in Africa

September 05, 2014 | Business

TROISDORF, Germany: Kuraray Europe, manufacturer of dental products such as cements, adhesives and composites, has participated in a charity project initiated by relief organisation Mary’s Meals. The charity calls for volunteers to pack school bags for African children and thus enable them to attend school. A Kuraray employee suggested the company contribute to the project.

Компания Kuraray Noritake объявила о создании усовершенствованного циркония

July 30, 2014 | Business

 ТОКИО, Япония: компания Kuraray Noritake Dental сообщает, что ей удалось разработать новый вид циркония, обладающего наиболее высокой среди материалов такого рода прочностью на изгиб и вязкостью разрушения. В рамках испытания прочности на изгиб трехточечным методом новый материал продемонстрировал значительно большую гибкость по сравнению с обычным цирконием, отмечает компания.

Kuraray Noritake anuncia zircônia melhorada

July 24, 2014

TÓQUIO, Japão: A Kuraray Noritake Dental anunciou que desenvolveu um novo tipo de zircônia que, de acordo com a empresa japonesa, tem mais resistência flexural e à fratura do que outro material do mesmo gênero. O material demonstrou melhora na flexibilidade num teste de três pontos de resistência flexural quando comparado com resultados de um teste com zircônia tradicional, reportou a empresa.

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