Restorative Dentistry and dental isolation

Resortations

Using correct Isolation Technique (IT) reduces humidity, offers fewer interruptions, provides retraction, reduces risk of inadvertent patient aspiration of dental materials, isolates the working field, and evacuates fluid from the oral cavity. This can all be achieved with our range of dental isolation products.

Good dental isolation produces predictable outcomes, increases resin tooth bond strength, decreases micro-leakage, and reduces volumetric polymerization shrinkage of resin-based composite. Dental isolation prior to the placement of dental sealants is crucial to the long-term success of the surface bonding, and restorative outcomes are improved by keeping the mouth dry and facilitating better impressions. The net result: better, more consistent and more efficient results.

Perfect for the following restorative applications:

  • Sealants/Fillings 
  • Inlays/Onlays 
  • Crowns/Bridges 
  • CAD/CAM 
  • Veneers




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