Fiber reinforced composite for dentine replacement

Reinforcing material for direct composite restorations, especially in large posterior cavities, including:

  • Cavities with 3 surfaces or more to be restored
  • Cavities with missing cusps
  • Deep cavities (including class I, II and endodontically treated teeth)
  • Cavities after amalgam replacement (especially since amalgam placement often leads to initiation of crack and cusp fracture)
  • Cavities where onlays & inlays would also be indicated
  • Short fibres prevent and stop the progression of fracture in the restoration
  • Fracture toughness equivalent to dentine and almost double that of any composite brings unsurpassed
  • Strength to the restoration
  • Reliable bond to overlaying composite as well as to the tooth substance
  • 4mm increments can be cured simultaneously
  • Minimal horizontal shrinkage as fibres contribute to shrinkage reduction in the direction of their orientation
  • Economic restorative alternative for big size cavities

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