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Solve My Problem: Admira Fuison x-tra is the choice to simplify restorations

Dental Products ReportDental Products Report February 2020
Volume 54
Issue 2

Admira Fusion x-tra from VOCO America streamlines almost every aspect of using a dental restorative.

Information provided by VOCO America.

The Problem

Dental restorative materials provide great outcomes, but getting there can be a time-consuming ordeal
With a plethora of shades to choose from-not to mention to keep in your inventory-many dental restoratives add time and stress to procedures.

The Solution

Admira Fusion x-tra

  • A single-shade omni-chromatic nano-ORMOCER restorative indicated for a wide range of clinical situations

  • The material’s nano-hybrid fillers allow light to pass through, picking up the shade and color of surrounding tooth structure to allow the single universal shade to be used to match any tooth shade

  • A single shade of the material to keep in stock means less waste and a restorative that is always ready for any patient

  • Curable in 4 mm increments for more efficient clinical workflows

  • Easy to polish and resistant to staining

  • Low initial shrinkage stress of 1.25 percent helps restorations last

  • Compatible with all conventional resin-based adhesives

VOCO America

888-658-2584  |  vocoamerica.com

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