Direct Restorative Materials

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Flowable(90)
Glass Ionomers(55)
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Core-Build Up Materials(24)
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Apex Dental Materials, Inc.
Bisco, Inc
Cosmedent Restorative Dentistry
Dentsply Sirona Restorative
DMG America
Essential Dental Systems, Inc.
Exacta Dental Products, Inc.
GC AMERICA
Itena North America
J. MORITA USA INC
Kettenbach
Oxford Scientific
Pac-Dent International, Inc.
Parkell, Inc.
Pentron Clinical
PREMIER DENTAL PRODUCTS CO.
Septodont
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Featuring a 5 mm depth of cure at 500 mW/cm2, LIGHT-CORE is available in 2 shades; TRANSLUCENT and BLUE. TRANSLUCENT is ideal for use...
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Premier's CompCore AF Stack is a fluoride releasing, dual-cure core build-up material that has enhanced light-curing properties.
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With Ti-Core, clinicians need not worry about the ditching and grooving associated with other materials. Easy to place and easily...
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The new LuxaBond—Total Etch, LuxaPost Composite Post, and LuxaCore Z-Dual Post Cement—are designed to work together as the...
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Offering a lower viscosity and easier extrusion than CORE-FLO DC, BISCO’s CORE-FLO DC Lite maintains all of the original material’s...
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Absolute Dentin from Parkell is an easy-to-use, dual-cure, high-strength core composite material that can be expressed from its automix...
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EDS Clear Core Forms allow light curing from all angles and are the perfect accessory to Ti-Core Auto E core build-up material.
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An excellent choice for core build-up, post cementation, and dentin replacement, BISCO’S CORE-FLO DC Core Build-Up Material is a...
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The all new EXACTA Core MFT features the extra reinforcement of Micro Fiber Technology providing exceptional high strength and wear...
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J. Morita's FormCore DC is a composite-based, radiopaque, flowable material suitable for any core build-up procedure. It is offered in a...
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Oxford Zircore NANO Core Build-up MaterialOxford Scientific DentalOxford Zircore NANO is a dual-cure, resin core build-up material...
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Septodont's Biodentine is a bioactive and biocompatible dentin substitute indicated for use in the crown for temporary enamel...

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  • Allison Walker

    Septodont’s Biodentine is a bioceramic dentin substitute that can be used to repair and rebuild damaged dentin. Biodentine is made from a patented formulation, Active Biosilicate Technology. This formulation is made within strict medical grade conditions and is manufactured from the purest form of calcium silicates, ensuring a pure product...

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  • Allison Walker

    Secure is a good word. As with much of the English language, it has numerous meanings. Just check out www.dictionary.com. Among other things, “secure” is: (1) free from or not exposed to danger or harm; safe. (2) dependable; firm; not liable to fail, yield, become displaced, etc. (3) free from care; without anxiety. (4) to make firm or fast, as...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Dental Product Shopper has heard from a few clinicians recently who are talking about the great flowability of Bisco’s CORE-FLO DC Lite. When it was evaluated by a team of DPS evaluators, several of the participating dentists commented on its viscosity. One of them noted that it has “nice flow, allowing wetting of the cavity wall.” The folks at...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Help BISCO celebrate its 35th anniversary and take advantage of their 35% off promotion! Over the past 35 years, BISCO has become a leader in adhesion dentistry and restorative materials. Founded in 1981 and headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois, BISCO has built a tradition of excellence through its research and development, manufacturing, and...

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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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  • Julie Cullen

    Under the heading of “You learn something new every day,” I just learned that magnets can be used to hold dentures in place. They don’t require a specific path of insertion, making it easier for people with limited dexterity to insert their dentures. In addition, they don’t require abutment parallelism, soft-tissue undercuts can be engaged, and...

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