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Experience the next generation of hand-mixed, self-adhesive posterior restorative featuring GC Advanced Glass Hybrid technology.

GC Advanced Glass Hybrid Technology.

Advanced Glass hybrid technology is the combination of two types of Fluoro-Almino-Silicate(FAS) glass and also two types of polyacrylic acid.

  • Smart particle size distribution, Gold Label HYBRID gets higher mechanical strength
  • Finer size of FAS Glass particle decreases collision against visible light waves.The more light is passing through the restorative, it causes the restorative more translucent.
  • Gold Label HYBRID consists of the glass which reacts with polyacrylic acid, helping the restorative matrix release high amount of fluoride.
  • Gold Label HYBRID is consist of more acid resistance FAS glass and a higher molecular weight polyacrylic acid. These two components strengthen the restorative matrix and gives higher acid resistance.

 Indications :

  • Class I and Class II restorations in deciduous teeth.
  • Non-load bearing Class I and Class II.
  • Intermediate restorative and base material for heavy stress situations in Class I and Class II cavities using the sandwich laminate technique.
  • Class V and root surface restorations.
  • Core build-up.


  • High mechanical strength and durability
  • High Aesthetics
  • More translucency and suitable to color of around tooth tissue
  • High acid resistance ability
  • High moisture tolerance
  • Efficient fluoride releasing

Key Specifications

Powder/ Liquid Ratio (g/g) – 3.0/1.0

Mixing Time (sec.) – 25-30″

Working Time (23°C/73° F) (min., sec.) – 1’45”

Net Setting Time (37°C/99°F) (min., sec.) – 2’40”

Finishing Time (37 C/99 F, from start of mixing) (min., sec.)  – 6’00”

STORAGE : Recommended for optimal performance, store at temperature of 4-25°C (39-77°F).


  • 1 x 15gm powder
  • 1 x 6.4ml liquid

Directions to Use

1. POWDER AND LIQUID DISPENSING a) The standard powder to liquid ratio is 3.0 g/1.0g (1 level scoop of powder to 1 drop of liquid). b) For accurate dispensing of powder, lightly tap the bottle against the hand. Do not shake or invert. c) Hold the liquid bottle vertically and squeeze gently. d) Immediately close the bottles tightly after use.

2. CAVITY PREPARATION a) Prepare tooth using standard techniques. Extensive mechanical retention is unnecessary. For pulp capping, use calcium hydroxide.  Note: Optionally, CAVITY CONDITIONER or DENTIN CONDITIONER can be applied to the bonding surfaces. b) Rinse thoroughly with water. Blot away excess water with a cotton pellet or dry by gently blowing with an air syringe. DO NOT DESICCATE. Prepared surfaces should appear moist (glistening).

3. MIXING a) Dispense powder and liquid onto the pad. b) Using plastic spatula, divide the powder into 2 equal parts. c) Mix the first portion of the powder with all the liquid for 10 seconds. d) Incorporate the remaining portion of the powder and mix thoroughly for 15-20 seconds

4. RESTORATIVĒ TECHNIQUE a) Mix the required amount of cement. Working time is 145 from start of mixing at 23C (73″F). Higher temperatures will shorten working time. b) Transfer cement to the prepared cavity using a suitable instrument. Avoid air bubbles c) Form the preliminary contour and cover with a matrix if required d) When set, immediately apply GC Fuji VARNISH (blow dry) or G-COAT PLŪS (light cure)

5. FINISHING a) Final finishing under water spray using standard techniques can begin at 6 minutes after starting the mix. b) Apply a final coat of GC Fuji VARNIŠH or G-COAT PLUS. c) Instruct the patient not to apply pressure for 1 hour.


Additional information

Weight0.750 kg

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