Core-Flo DC Lite - restoration of the tooth structure

€36.61 brutto

A double cure fluorine-containing material ideal for tooth restoration, cementation of inserts and replacement of dentin. This is a more fluid version of the Core-Flo DC material. It has self-leveling properties in the cavity, flows into hard-to-reach places.

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  • Core-Flo DC Lite is a double-curing fluorine-containing material ideal for restoring tooth stroma, cementing cartridges and replacing dentin.
  • This is a more fluid version of the Core-Flo DC material.
  • It has self-leveling properties in the cavity, flows into hard-to-reach places!
  • A double-curable fluid material substituting dentin will restore the stroma.
  • Applied from an auto-mixing syringe-cartridge.
  • High bond strength with dentine, enamel and glass fiber inserts.
  • Excellent properties allowing easy, convenient manipulation of the material during the restoration of the stroma.
  • The resistance to deflection and compression presented by Core-Flo DC Lite offers the doctor reliability and guarantee of durability of performed direct repairs.
  • In a simplified technique, the doctor can cement the contribution and rebuild the framework with just one application.
  • The material stream is free from air bubbles during cementation of the inserts and provides a uniform bond to the cemented surfaces.
  • We recommend the use of binding systems, eg All Bond Universal, or double cure - Universal Primer (Bisco).
  • Visible on RTG.

  • Available packages:
    • 8g syringe in natural color / A1 or opaque white,
    • set:
      • 2 x 8 g (white and A1),
      • 2 x 6 ml double cure Universal Primer binder system,
      • accessories,
      • instruction.
  • Unique advantages:
    • high resistance to compression and deflection, plus low water sorption ensure predictability and longevity of repair work,
    • easy to use - the self-leveling property in the cavity,
    • easy to develop - it cuts like dentin,
    • excellent fluidity and fit as a cement for inserts,
    • low contractility predisposing for use as a dentinal replacement material.

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