FibreKleer 4X Fiber Post
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FibreKleer 4X Fiber Posts safely retain core build-ups while providing excellent radiopacity and esthetics. The main purpose of a post is to help the retention of the core build-up during restorations.
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FibreKleer 4X Fiber Posts Pentron Clinical Technologies FibreKleer 4X Fiber Posts safely retain core build-ups while providing excellent radiopacity and esthetics. The main purpose of a post is to help the retention of the core build-up during restorations. Pentron Clinical Technologies? FibreKleer 4X Fiber Posts integrate with resin core material, resin cement, and the tooth?s root to create a monoblock with similar flexural properties. The end result is a post that safely retains core build-ups while preserving the integrity of ...
Esthetic Post and Core Buildup
A 48-year-old male patient presented with tooth No. 14 having an existing crown and prior endodontic therapy. Due to recurrent decay, the crown was replaced. First, the patient was anesthetized with 0.5 carps of Septocaine (Septodont), and a quadrant impression of the upper left arch was taken using Alginot (Kerr) for temporary crown fabrication. The existing crown was then removed, followed by decay and existing build-up. On evaluation of the understructure, proper treatment required placing a post and new core build-up. A FibreKleer4X Post System (Pentron Clinical) was selected, and the drill size 1.25mm (yellow) created the...Read More
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FibreKleer 4X Fiber Posts
RADIOPACITY FOR DIAGNOSTICS, TRANSLUCENCY FOR ESTHETICS When placing fiber posts, you want to be able to see them. So, radiopacity equals confidence. The challenge with most esthetic fiber posts is that they?re hard to discern on a radiograph. Pentron made discerning a fiber post on a radiograph easier than ever with FibreKleer 4X Fiber Posts . I can easily view the post on x-rays and they?re translucent enough to satisfy my patients? esthetic concerns?especially in the tough anterior cases. When placing fiber posts, you want to be able to see...Read More
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