Direct Restorative Materials

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Flowable(94)
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Bulk fill(11)
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Kerr Corporation
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Bulk fill CATEGORY DESCRIPTION

Developed to reduce the number of increments required to complete a restoration, bulk fill composites are light-cured dental materials loosely defined as those that enable a depth of cure of least 4 mm in a single placement, exhibit low shrinkage stress values, adapt well to internal tooth structure, and are self-leveling. 

The ability to place and cure in bulk increments of 4mm-5mm allows the clinician to fill even deep preps in 1 or 2 increments, saving time by reducing the number of steps required, as compared to traditional layering techniques.This time savings is further enhanced by ease of placement, which tends to make posterior restorations performed with bulk fills less technique-sensitive than conventional procedures.

 

Less polymerization shrinkage and greater depth of cure enable predictable placement of fewer and larger increments. In addition, bulk fills are sufficiently flowable to reach and adapt to all areas of the prep, and improved chemical and physical properties help to minimize voids and bubbles in restorations that can be created by placing heavier and more compactable composites.

Many products sold as bulk fill composites are flowables. While not considered sufficiently strong to form the final occlusal layer, these materials are widely viewed as the best choice for the base increment because of their ability to adapt to the internal tooth structure. 

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Building upon the award-winning performance of its predecessor, SonicFill 2 transforms tedious, repetitive posterior restorations into easy and reliable SingleFill placement: filling cavities up to...

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DENTSPLY Caulk SureFil SDR flow Low-Stress, Bulk-Fill Flowable Composite SureFil SDR flow combines the benefits of a flowable composite...
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Tetric EvoCeram Bulk Fill Nano-Hybrid Composite Restorative Ivoclar Vivadent Inc The smooth consistency of Tetric EvoCeram Bulk Fill...
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Filtek Bulk Fill Flowable Restorative from 3M ESPE Dental Products features a flowable viscosity that provides easy adaptation. It is a...
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SonicFill, the #1 bulk fill system, provides clinicians a fast, easy and reliable method for posterior restorations. Its unique sonic...
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Economic and long lasting, e-on Posterior Fill Composite features easy handling, excellent physical properties, and reduced working time....
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Fill-Up! from Coltene, a dual-cured, flowable composite with antibacterial zinc oxide, is ideal for bulk-fill posterior restorations....
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3M ESPE Filtek Bulk Fill Posterior Restorative is a 1-step placement bulk fill material that delivers stress relief, excellent wear...
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All the strength at half the cost!Select NanoFill LC is a light cure nano-filled composite for anterior and posterior...
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Products from the same source for a fraction of the cost of course!Select NanoFill LC is a light cure nano-filled composite for anterior...
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Filtek™ One Bulk Fill Restorative is an easy one step process that is designed for the posterior restorations. The bulk-fill provides...

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  • Allison Walker

    Select NanoFill LC from Zendo-online comes in either a capsule or syringe format, so you have the opportunity to use the material with whichever delivery method you prefer for any given clinical situation. This light-cure, nano-filled composite is designed for use in both anterior and posterior restorations. Zendo composites are made in Germany...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Just about any task is successful when you have the proper tools and materials. This is true whether you’re cooking a meal for your family or treating a patient in the dental chair. The folks at 3M have made a concerted effort to develop products that work well together when you’re performing specific procedures. For example, for cementation...

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  • Julie Cullen

    No restrictions. No limitations. While not exactly words to live by when raising teenagers, they can be just what you want to hear when filling posterior cavities. Fill-Up! from Coltene is a restorative material that can be cured at any depth. No matter how thick the layer of material applied, the chemical and light curing properties of Fill-Up!...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Zest Anchors, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of overdenture attachments, announced today that it will acquire Danville Materials, a leading manufacturer of restorative consumables and small equipment for the dental market. Steve Schiess, Zest's CEO, had this to say in a press release: For more than 40 years, Zest has been a...

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  • Frank Delvalle

    Here's the 'What, Where, When, and Why' of Restorative Materials from Dr. Tony Tomaro. Flowable Composites uses: 1. Class 3 and 5 restorations 2. Restoration of minimally invasive cavity preparations(Including small non-stress-bearing occlusal restorations). 3. Base/liner under direct restorations 4. Repair of small defect in esthetic indirect...

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  • Jeff Lineberry, DDS

    I graduated from dental school in 2000. I went to an in-state program and got a great education at a great value. The average dental school graduate at that time had a debt of $118,515, per the American Dental Education Association (ADEA). It was not uncommon to find a solo practice for sale and a dentist willing to “take you under their wing”...

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