Three tips for shade matching in a Class II dental restoration

September 17, 2015

DENTSPLY Caulk's innovative resin-based composite simplifies shade matching by covering the full VITA® range with just seven shades. It’s also the only resin-based composite with both low and high viscosity handling options so you can work the way you choose, faster and with confidence in achieving a natural look your patients will admire.

 

Artistry meets efficiency in TPH Spectra® universal composite.

DENTSPLY Caulk's innovative resin-based composite simplifies shade matching by covering the full VITA® range with just seven shades. It’s also the only resin-based composite with both low and high viscosity handling options so you can work the way you choose, faster and with confidence in achieving a natural look your patients will admire. That’s efficient esthetics, clinically proven and widely preferred, with more than 159 million applications sold. Discover exceptional surface luster, realistic light refraction and genuine color for a lifelike restoration.

Technique: How to improve Class II composite restorations

TPH Spectra® universal composite’s proprietary blend of resin and fillers delivers lower opacity and higher translucency, for restorations that defy detection.

In this video, Jason Goodchild DDS, explains the three things dentists should focus on when shade matching a composite during a direct restoration and why.

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