Flowable composite creates a more intimate adaptation between the tooth and the restorative composite and provides a good seal that can help reduce post-operative sensitivity. Use a thickness of 1 mm or less. THE DENTAL ADVISOR recommends the use of a radiopaque flowable composite. A dental curing light is a piece of dental equipment that is used for polymerization of light cure resin-based composites.
Resin composite fillings last five to seven years, which is half the lifetime of an amalgam filling. The process of placing a resin filling is more involved, so it takes more of your time and the dentists. Because the bonding resin is nonporous, unlike tooth enamel. Stains form when the staining agents penetrate the pores of the teeth, and because porcelain and bonding resin are both nonporous, they don’t change color, however, they can become stained. So although bonded teeth can stain, they also don’t whiten.
Composite fillings may cost more than amalgam fillings (a stable alloy tooth filling made of about 43 percent to 54 percent mercury with other metals).
- Nexcomp Flow is a low viscosity, light-cured, radiopaque flowable composite resin for minimally invasive cavity preparation.
- Filled with 40nano sized filler for excellent polishability.
- flow on-demand handling.
- Excellent radiopacity.
- Available in 14 shades including opaque and translucent.
- No slumping or running.
- A1, A2, A3, A3.5, A4.
- 2 X 2g Syringes.
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