Matrix Systems

Matrix Bands(89)
Matrix Systems(14)
Almore International
Angies Dental
Clinician's Choice Dental Products, Inc
Cosmedent Restorative Dentistry
Denmat Holdings, Llc
Denovo Dental, Inc.
Dentsply Maillefer
Dentsply Sirona Restorative
Directa Dental
Garrison Dental Solutions
Greater Curve
Henry Schein
Ho Dental Company
Integra Miltex
Js Dental Manufacturing, Inc.
Karl Schumacher
Kerrhawe S.A.
Keystone Industries
Lm-Instrumetns Oy
Microbrush International
Pascal International, Inc.
Patterson Dental
Pfingst & Company, Inc.
Polydentia Sa
Procter & Gamble Company
Pulpdent Corporation
Temrex Corporation
Triodent Corporation
Ultradent Products, Inc.
Water Pik, Inc.
Young Dental Manufacturing LLC
Zest Dental Solutions
Package Quantity
101 or More
Material Type
Stainless Steel


Dental practitioners know that matrix bands play an important role in restorative dentistry. Using these small and effective tools, dentists are able to isolate one or more teeth, making it easier for them to view specific areas for their restoration processes. Furthermore, they help to protect the tooth or teeth being worked on, as well as the other teeth surrounding that area.

In recent decades, there have been significant improvements in the materials used to construct matrix bands, as well as improvements to their shapes and sizes. Today, matrix bands are contoured to mimic the actual shape of an anatomically correct tooth, making them easier to place and use. There are several excellent examples on the market for dental practitioners to choose from.

In addition, some matrix bands are coated with nonstick material, which prevents them from sticking to bonding agents and facilitates placement and removal from the tooth. Considering the frequent use of adhesives in restorations, removal can become difficult if the band becomes stuck to the tooth. Further increasing the ease of the process, bands can be easily removed with specially designed tweezers that offer a precise and secure grip around the bands.

To further improve visibility, matrix rings can clamp onto the teeth being worked on and isolate the area. With ring forceps to open the clamps wide enough to fit onto the tooth, restoration of the isolated area is an easier process for dental practitioners.

The best matrix products on the market are long-lasting and easy for dental practitioners to use. Dentists should look for products that promote precision, visual acuity, and ease of use when considering the tools necessary for their restorations. Keeping these qualities in mind, dental practitioners can choose matrix products that will benefit both themselves and their patients.


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Pro-Matrix Curve
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Pro-Matrix Curve


Pro-Matrix Curve is a single use, pre-assembled, precontoured matrix band that facilitates the restoration of interproximal anatomical contours and contact areas of the tooth surface. 

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Each ContactPro SmartBand has a clearly defined marginal ridge and is made of super thin stainless steel for contouring to the tooth.
Each ContactPro SmartBand has a clearly defined marginal ridge and is made of super thin stainless steel for contouring to the tooth.
The V3 Ring's nickel titanium construction improves strength and range of action. Triodent's V3 Ring, a new sectional matrix ring for...
SuperCurve's contours closely replicate the tooth anatomy, reducing fi nishing time. The matrix also hugs the tooth because of extra...
Composi-Tight matrix forceps from Garrison Dental Solutions combines a 75° angled tip design for easy band placement and serrated...
AutoMatrix Retainerless Matrix System from Caulk is designed to be used as a marginal seal and form for direct placement of restorative...
Triodent introduces the V3 Tab- Matrix. With its pronounced marginal ridge, the dentist can create a natural-looking restoration that...
They are flexible, so they bend along the vertical axis for insertion into the instrument provided in the kit, but they retain the...
Directa’s FenderPrime combines a wedge and matrix for fast and safe Class II restorations of primary teeth. FenderPrime inserts as easily...
Fendermate from JS Dental offers a unique solution for obtaining good approximal contacts for Class II restorations by combining a wedge...
Transparent tip for smooth, anatomically correct Class V fillings along the gum line. Plastic working end for LM-Multiholder instruments.
The ParaPost® Plus is a cylindrical, passively cemented endodontic post system for direct post and core buildup technique. Spiral flutes...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    As a result of the complexities involved with the placement of composite resin in the posterior dentition, developments in matrix system technology have emerged, such as improvements in matrix design and interdental separation techniques. These innovations have allowed the dentist to achieve the most advantageous proximal contact surfaces and...

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  • Julie Cullen

    So, I was checking out the matrix band evaluations conducted by Dental Product Shopper evaluators and started thinking about what the highest scoring matrix bands have in common. Here’s what I discovered is most important to clinicians: Ease of use, placement, and removal Band strength and stability Anatomical contour Tightness of contacts When...

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  • Marie

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  • Allison Walker

    Sometimes a product name just strikes you as being perfectly descriptive of something. In this case it’s the process. Coform Matrix System from Directa Dental co-forms Class IV, and some tooth fractures, with you. You do it together! Coform matrices are preformed, transparent matrices made out of celluloid plastic that does not stick to...

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  • Julie Cullen

    CoForm from Direct Dental is a pretty nifty little product. It’s a pre-formed transparent matrix system that designed specifically to be used with Class IV composite restorations or when faced with a variety of tooth fractures. The technique is pretty simple. Fill the tooth preparation in layers like you would normally. Then, when you’re ready...

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  • David Broom

    Throughout my career, I have witnessed several businesses outsource their important processes thanks to technology. These decisions are usually made as companies grow and determine that the risk is too high to continue maintaining these services internally. In the 1980s, I was working at a company with over 100 locations and thousands of...

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