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Glass Ionomer Filling Cement Type II


Instructions For Use

This is a radiopaque glass polyalkenoate restorative cement with chemical adhesion to enamel and dentine. GI Fill (Glass Ionomer Filling Cement) is available in the shades A1,A3 and B3 and has an enamel-like translucency.

Fields Of Applications

  1. For restoration of deciduous teeth (especially class 1)
  2. Repair of V-shaped defects and enamel as well as root erosions in the cervical area incl. Class Vfillings.
  3. Cavities with carious lesions.
  4. Fillings of class III and small fillings of class I (incl. Extended fissure sealing) as well as build-up fillings for crowns, linings.

Method Of Use

Creation of retention generally is not necessary because of the good adhesion of GI Fill (Glass Ionomer Filling Cement) to the dentine. However, undercuts provide additional hold to the filling. The layer thickness of the fillings should not be less than 1mm.

In case of carious defects prepare and clean the cavity (for instance with a 3% hydrogen peroxide) and then rinse carefully with water and dry.

In case of a remaining dentine thickness of more than 1-1.5 mm an additional lining is not necessary. A pulp protection with calcium hydroxide is recommended if dentine thickness is less than 1.5mm.

Glass Ionomer Filling Cement Liquid

Change the lock against the pipette before use.

Before using GI Fill (Glass Ionomer Filling Cement) for the first time, remove the cap from the bottle and replace it with the enclosed dropper.

Shake Powder Well Before Use

Put powder and liquid on a glass plate or a suitable mixing pad and work the powder into the liquid a little at a time, to begin with, then in larger quantities. Use 1 drop of liquid for 1 level measuring scoop of powder (mixing ratio: 4.7-5.6g of powder: 1g of liquid). When dispensing the liquid, hold the dropper bottle absolutely vertically! By pressing the flexible plastic pipette dispense drop by drop.

A strong plastic spatula should be used for mixing.

The mixing time is 30-40 s (it should not exceed 1 min).

The working time after mixing is 2-3min (the temperature should be 15-230C).

After having inserted the material into the cavity, the setting time is approximately 2 ½ min.

During the filling procedure, make sure that the working area is kept dry.

Class V cavities should be at least 1 mm deep.

Avoid application, glass ionomer cement are sensitive to humidity (breath, saliva) respectively drying-out. Therefore, if possible, apply immediately with a protective varnish (see instructions for use).

After setting of GI Filling (Glass Ionomer Filling Cement), but not before 5-6 min after application (depending on mixing temperature and mixing ratio) the excess may be removed with a sharp instrument and contouring can be carried out (flexible disks). Then cover again with varnish. The best results for final polishing can be obtained about 24 hrs after the filling has been inserted.


In the proximity of the pulp (closer than 1-1.5 mm) use pulp protection to avoid irritations. Close powder and liquid thoroughly after use in order to keep out humidity and maintain solid consistency. Avoid contact with the mucosa and the eyes.

GI Filling (Glass Ionomer Filling Cement) contains fluorosilicate glass, polyacrylic acid, and PHB-Ester. Do not use in case of sensitivities against these ingredients, after the expiry date, or when the powder forms lumpy.

Do not use insulating materials on dentine to maintain full adhesion (except for pulp protection).


10gm powder (shades A1, A3, B3.).
6gm liquid.

*Dental Material for use by Dental professionals in the practice of dentistry.
*Not for medicinal use