5 Reasons to Buy: Apatite stimulator

March 21, 2012

1. This light-cured flowable resin containing Calcium Silicates offers the apatite stimulating benefits of calcium hydroxide and sealing capabilities of Resin Modified Glass Ionomers. It’s the first of a new class of internal flowable pulpal protectant/liner materials known as Resin Modified Calcium Silicates (RMCS).

1. This light-cured flowable resin containing Calcium Silicates offers the apatite stimulating benefits of calcium hydroxide and sealing capabilities of Resin Modified Glass Ionomers. It’s the first of a new class of internal flowable pulpal protectant/liner materials known as Resin Modified Calcium Silicates (RMCS).

2. The impressive calcium release has been shown to be crucial to promote formation of apatite, secondary bridge closures as well as re-apatite and revitalization potential of affected dentin.

3. There’s no mixing, clicking or triturating. It’s apatite at a fingertip. Direct placement offers the security of providing an immediate protective barrier for the pulp stimulating naturally occurring apatite revitalization for pulpal protection.

4. Optimal alkalinity and physical hardness makes the material well suited for resisting occlusal force breakdown under amalgam and composite.
 
5. The resin is radiopaque, offering identified placement on radiographs.

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