BEAUTIFIL II Universal Nano-hybrid Composite
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Beautifil II Nano-Hybrid Composite with fluoride release & recharge from Shofu Dental creates indistinguishable restorations with the characteristics of natural teeth. Beautifil II incorporates S-PRG (surface pre-reacted glass ionomer) technology that contains a stable phase of glass-ionomer for aesthetic and long-lasting restorations that release and recharge fluoride. Beautifil II responds to the concentration of fluoride in the mouth while maintaining the strength and stability of a composite resin.
Beautifil II is perfect for direct restorations that require optimum aesthetics and biocompatibility:
•Direct cosmetic tooth modifications
Shofu developed the BEAUTIFIL II Universal Nano-hybrid Composite filler structure to simulate the internal structure of natural teeth with ideal light transmission and optical characteristics. Fifteen Dental Product Shopper evaluators participated in the evaluation of BEAUTIFIL II. The evaluators rated and commented on several product features, including esthetics/chameleon effect, shade stability, handling/manipulation, polishability, and overall satisfaction. Here's why they rated it 4.1 out of 5.
Discussing BEAUTIFIL II with Dr. Griffin
Jack Griffin, DMD, discusses Shofu Dental's Beautifil II nano-hybrid composite with fluoride release and recharge. 15 Dentists evaluated Beautifil II, watch this video to find out what they said about the overall esthetics, handling, polishability and more....Watch Video
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It fractures too easily
Composite fractures too easily. The marginal ridge occasionally breaks off when pulling off the sectional matrix band unless I run floss through the interface prior to removing the band. I have also had composite fracture in function within a few months of placement.
Sachi Fujita ,05/06/2013
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