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Fill-Up! Dual Cure, Bulk-Fill Composite

Fill-Up! is a dual-cured, flowable composite that is used for bulk-fill posterior restorations. Fillings of unlimited depth may be placed and cured in a single step. Fast, thorough, and gentle curing minimizes the shrinkage stress.

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GUM® Soft-Picks®for a fresh, clean smile.

Soft rubber bristles gently massage gums, dislodge food and are clinically proven to remove plaque.

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TheraCal LC is a resin-modified calcium silicate pulp protectant and liner. It is the ideal replacement to calcium hydroxide, glass ionomer-based or, RMGI materials.

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New, improved Sani-Soak Ultra’s combination of enzymes and surfactants cleans and brightens delicate instruments and burs while keeping them free from corrosion. Enjoy the fresh, mild scent of Lemongrass Lavender.

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Technique: How to simplify composites decisions [VIDEO]

DENTSPLY Caulk's TPH Spectra offers simplified shading, two viscosity choices and can simplify your composite decisions.
dentalproductsreport.com
2013-07
Tue, 2013-07-02 10:24

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Each week, DPR explores a different dental technique how to with our Technique Geek series. You can get each Technique Geek in your inbox for free here.

We feature video techniques of a product in use, offering step-by-step examples of clinical success.


In this Technique Geek featured video, Jason H. Goodchild, DMD, shows how DENTSPLY Caulk's TPH Spectra offers simplified shading, two viscosity choices and can simplify your composite decisions.

According to DENSPLY Caulk, TPH Spectra™ Universal Composite Restorative is the only composite that’s available in both a high viscosity and a low viscosity formula. It was created because, as they explain, no two dentists are the same. Some dentists prefer a firm-handling composite they can pack and sculpt. And some dentists prefer a creamy-handling composite to spread and flow into the prep.

Check out the technique video step-by-step below:

Learn more at the Truth or Dare TPH Spectra Challenge, here.