Fuji Lining LC Paste Pak

  • GC Fuji LINING™ LC

Radiopaque Lining Material – Paste Pak

GC Fuji LINING LC Paste Pak is the first light-cured, glass ionomer lining material available in a paste-paste formula that is used as a liner or a base under composite resin or amalgam restorations. It has a high-compressive strength, minimal polymerization shrinkage and extremely low solubility. GC Fuji LINING LC Paste Pak minimizes sensitivity and provides long-term fluoride release. It bonds well to the tooth structure and composite, creating the ideal dentin substitute. This product also flexes and absorbs the stresses caused by the polymerization shrinkage, thermal expansion, and contraction of composite materials.

The new Paste Pak Dispenser saves time and reduces waste. It delivers consistent mixes every time, no matter how large or small a mix required. Simply adjust the dispenser’s metering slide, and dispense the exact amount of Fuji Lining LC Material you need with the exact mixing ratio for optimized physical properties.


5 1
2 3

  • Paste-paste formulation

  • No time spent measuring, mixing powders or eyeballing liquid drop sizes
  • Mixes to a perfect lining consistency within 10 seconds
  • Easy to recognize homogenous mix
  • Excellent handling characteristics; it does not “slump” when used as a liner
  • Spreads easily to level floor or wall of prepared cavity

  • Paste Pak dispenser

  • Produces ideal lining consistency every time
  • Dispenses the exact mixing ratio no matter how little or how much material dispensed
  • Metering slide enables the user to control the volume of material dispensed to reduce waste
  • Prevents incorporating bubbles into the mix (like when mixing a powder liquid)

  • Outstanding ionic bond

  • Very high compressive bond strength, tensile bond strength and diametral tensile strength
  • Assures strong bond to the tooth structure, composite resin and metal
  • Reduces the likelihood of marginal fractures and optimizes the marginal seal
  • Tooth-like coefficient of thermal expansion maintains the marginal integrity
  • Low modulus of elasticity enables the material to flex and absorb stresses
  • Minimizes pre- and post-operative sensitivity and acts as a thermal insulator

  • Sustained, rechargeable fluoride release

  • Prevents secondary carries, which reduces the risk of decay at margins
  • Fluoride release is recharged when the patient uses a fluoridated rinse or dentifrice

  • Low-film thickness

  • Less likely to fail from occlusal or masticatory forces, especially in shallow restorations
  • Allows material to easily spread without being runny

  • Low solubility

  • Minimizes the chance of washout
  • Less chance for micro-leakage

  • Radiopaque

  • Radiopacity is similar to dentin
  • Facilitates oral diagnosis

  • Biocompatible

  • Not irritating to the tooth structure, soft tissue, or pulp