Kerr?s proprietary sonic activation within SonicFill?s delivery system dramatically lowers the viscosity of the composite during placement, providing superior adaptation. The SonicFill composite then immediately returns to a non-slumping, highly sculptable state that is easy to carve without being sticky. Outstanding mechanical properties, including superior strength, low shrinkage and high depth of cure, allow it to be placed in bulk increments up to 5 mm so that dentists can use it with confidence in posterior restorations.
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Martin Jablow, DMD, practices general dentistry in Woodbridge, NJ. He enjoys promoting the use of technology in the dental office to improve efficiency and patient care. As a partner in Dental Technology Solutions, he lectures and writes articles on the use of technology to enhance the practice of dentistry.