Direct Restorative Materials

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SMART Advantage Glass Ionomer in shade A1 and A2 is a fast-setting restorative designed to bond to and mask SDF treated surfaces
Pentron’s Breeze RMGI was designed to deliver a stable and long-term durable restoration with its outstanding bond strength to zirconia,...
New GC Fuji® Automix LC offers exceptional fluoride release and moisture tolerance. Furthermore, when used in combination with MI Paste®...
IonoStar Molar is a regular set next generation glass ionomer restorative material that offers immediate packability and non-stick handling.
EQUIA Forte from GC America was developed by combining EQUIA Forte Fil and EQUIA Forte Coat. EQUIA Forte Fil's ultrafine, highly reactive...
Final Varnish LC is a light-cured varnish for sealing of glass ionomer fillings.
Ionolux represents the next generation of Resin Modified Glass Ionomer (RMGI) restoratives with immediate packability, non-stick handling...
IonoStar Plus is a fast set next generation glass ionomer restorative material with reduced opacity for better esthetics while offering...
A restorative cement made from the same glass ionomer material as the GC Fuji IX GP only with 1-1/4 minute working time and 3-minute set...
GC Fuji IX GP is packable posterior glass ionomer restorative cement. This alternative to composites is perfect for geriatric and...
Following suit with SDI’s other glass ionomer products, Riva Self Cure HV features ionglass filler. Using SDI’s proprietary ionglass...
Riva Light Cure is a radiopaque, resin-reinforced glass-ionomer restorative material that chemically bonds to tooth structure while...

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  • Allison Walker

    Ionolux from VOCO America is an interesting product. It’s a resin-modified glass ionomer that behaves more like a composite. Its handling and packing properties are similar to composite—it dispenses easily, doesn’t stick to instruments, and is immediately packable after application—plus it has the esthetics of a composite.

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  • Julie Cullen

    Two heads are better than one, right? So wouldn’t it make sense that combining the advantages of two different types of dental materials also would be better than one? Riva Light Cure HV from SDI combines the advantages of glass ionomer cements with the advantages of composite so the end result is a restoration that offers fluoride release...

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  • Todd Snyder

    With esthetic multilayered, high-strength zirconia, teeth can be restored in both the anterior and posterior. One hurdle to the successful use of these materials is proper adhesion. Traditional luting cements aren’t really the answer because of the complicated cleaning steps, technique issues, and challenges with maintaining proper isolation. A...

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  • Julie Cullen

    I would imagine that as a dental product manufacturer, your dream is a product that just about every dentist likes. Typically, those products meet a need that hasn’t been filled before, help to overcome a clinical challenge that’s regularly encountered, or turns a complicated procedure into one that that is streamlined and efficient. And then,...

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  • FrankDelvalle1180

    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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  • FrankDelvalle1180

    Or, more recently, you could dispense it directly from the grease gun with a mixing tip and intraoral tip attached to that. It's a rather large contraption by the time you get it all together, and it's not really conducive to precision placement in the patient's mouth (with your controlling hand a good 10 in back on the handle). It's difficult...

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