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Bonding  l  Core Build Up  l  EDTA Root cannal cleaner  l  Endo Instument l

Fibersite Postl Permanent Luting Cement  l  Post System  l  Root Cannal Filler l Tempory Crown

 

FiberSite Post  l  Itena-France  l  Nordin Glassix  l  NTI

 

Translucent Glass Fiber Posts, Ivory Glass Fiber Posts

  • Optimal cosmetic solution for prosthetic restorations

  • Single ceramic restorations incorporating glass fiber posts in the laboratory

  • More radiopaque post

  • Elasticity modulus similar to dentine Favourable constraint/deformation ratio for the tooth.
    Homogenous distribution of mechanical constraints �In fact teeth restored using glass fiber
    posts result in only a small number of failures, which are often repairable. In contrast, teeth restored using metal posts commonly present with more significant fractures, often resulting in
    the loss of the tooth.� (Standlee, 1988 ; Freeman, 1998)

  • Chemical retention between the core build-up and the glass fiber post (mechanical retention only in a steel post procedure)

  • Perfect aesthetic result

  • Radio-opaque

  • Bio-compatibility and no toxicities

  • No risks of corrosion, or of tissue colouration

  • Reamers from the DentoClic range

Indication

  • Optimal cosmetic solution for prosthetic restorations

  • Single ceramic restorations incorporating glass fiber posts in the laboratory

  • Corono-radicular restorations with glass fiber post