Direct Composite Veneer Technique Video

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Posted on By brian mills In Composite Resin

An injectable composite technique for doing veneers, or minimally invasive occlusal rehabilitation quickly and accurately.

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Hi Brian;
Can you tell me what the incisal edge strength and wear resistance of your flowable resin is compared to a nano hybrid layered with a microfill?
Are you using a heated nanohybrid that becomes flowable?
Thanks for your response.
Best regards,
gerald


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Gerald thanks for you reply.

I use G-ænial Universal Flo. When the patient has been restored in a stable CR occlusion the material holds up well and exhibits only slight wear.
It's 69% filled compared to Heliomolar which is 67%

Here is there website:
http://www.gcamerica.com/products/operatory/G-aenialFlowable/

G-ænial Universal Florepresents the next advancement in the flowable composites category. In the past, dentists had to sacrifice strength and aesthetics to get the easy handling they loved with a flowable. That is no longer the case. Studies have confirmed that G-ænial Universal Flo has higher strength, higher wear resistance, and higher gloss retention than other tested flowable composites; it even rivals leading conventional composites in these categories. Finally - no more sacrifices to receive the handling professionals love!

Operates like a low-flow flowable, and performs like a restorative
New, innovative delivery system
Easy access, handling and placement
Highly thixotropic, with an excellent flow
Recommended for Class I, II, III, IV and V Restorations
Higher strength than the leading flowables and conventional composites
Higher wear resistance than the leading flowables and conventional composites
Higher gloss retention than the leading flowables and conventional composites
Contains 16 shades in three opacities
bis-GMA free

There is more scientific data on the site.

Take care Brian


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Nice video, clean and easy to follow. thanks Dr. S


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Maurice, Thanks for your comments. Take care Brian


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