Applic Flow – Light Curing Composite Fluid Resin

APPLIC FLOW is a product used for restoration of minimally invasive cements;pits and fissure sealants; direct filling liners; Class III and V fillings; tunnel type cement; enamel defects repair; primary teeth restoration; fragmented teeth collages; composite resin repair; noncarious cervical lesions sealants; cemented wall planning and porcelain veneers It is comprised of microhybrid and aesthetic composites, its formulation is based on modern concepts, the use of methacrylic monomers, silanes and fillers with adequate particle size distribution are combined to provide a product with physical, mechanical and optical properties that will satisfy all professional needs.

– 101036001 Applic Flow A1 – Light Curing Composite Fluid Resin 1 Syringe w/ 2g

– 101036002 Applic Flow A2 – Light Curing Composite Fluid Resin 1 Syringe w/ 2g

– 101036003 Applic Flow A3 – Light Curing Composite Fluid Resin 1 Syringe w/ 2g

– 101036004 Applic Flow A3,5 – Light Curing Composite Fluid Resin 1 Syringe w/ 2g

– 101036005 Applic Flow B2 – Light Curing Composite Fluid Resin 1 Syringe w/ 2g

– Used in Class III and V restorations;

– Pit and fissure sealants;

– Fillings and cavities base/liner;

– Composite resin repairs (marginal sealing defects);

– Repair of enamel defects and restorations of primary teeth;

– Fragmented teeth collages.

– Has high fluidity to facilitate access to small cavities;

– Does not flow out applied;

– High mechanical strength;

– Composite resin;

– Radiopaque;

– Easy to handle;

– High gloss;

– Color stability and durability;

– Available in the following colors: A1/A2/A3/A3.5/B2

– Packing contains: 1 2g syringe + 5 tips

Restoration of minimally invasive cements; pits and fissure sealants; direct filling liners; Class III and V fillings; tunnel type cement; enamel defects repair; primary teeth restoration; fragmented teeth collages; composite resin repair; noncarious cervical lesions sealants; cemented wall planning and porcelain veneers cementation.

Applic Flow compounds consist of methacrylic monomers (BisGMA & TEGDMA), photoinitiators, preservatives, pigments and inorganic silanized fillers.

It has high fluidity providing access to microcavities, excellent glossy power, lasting colors, adheres firmly to enamel and resin or ionomer restorations, as well as it is versatile in many clinical procedures as pit and fissure sealant, fragmented teeth collage, class III and V restorations, base/liner under fillings and cavities.

Light curing is 40 seconds for each layer.

No, you don´t need to perform dental polishing since it is a highly glossy resin.

No, in areas very close to pulp we recommend the use of Cal-Hidrox, or Calcium Hydroxide.

DIRECT RESTORATIONS;

Select color with clean and hydrated teeth. 2. When preparing the cavity use the adhesive technique, only removing the decayed tissue. 3. Conduct and absolute isolation. 4. Carry out acid etching of the enamel for 30 seconds and of the dentin for 15 seconds. Then rinse the area with water. Dry with mild air jets to prevent dehydration of the dentin. 5. Apply the adhesive acoording to manufacturers instructions.

PIT AND FISSURE SEALING

For sealing of pits and fissures, carry out absolute isolation and acid etching of the surface in advance. Then rinse with water and dry the site. 2. Apply the product with the help of a disposable applicator tip avoiding the occlusal contact regions, curing for 40 seconds. 3.Dental polishing is not required as it is a resin with high shine. If necessary, you can perform the same polishing as for light-curing resins.