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Dental Filling & Bonding Materials

There are several dental filling and bonding materials available, including composite resins, glass ionomer cements, and advanced ceramics. Each material restores tooth function while naturally blending into existing teeth.

Composite resins bond strong, making them useful for both front and back teeth restorations. Glass ionomer cements release fluoride to protect against decay, and are often used on patients who face a higher risk of cavities. Ceramic materials offer exceptional strength and a natural appearance, ensuring both long-lasting and visually pleasing results.

Selecting the appropriate filling and bonding material depends on the specific needs of the procedure and the preferences of the clinician. Here are some considerations to help you decide:

  • Aesthetic Requirements: For cases where aesthetic outcomes are paramount, such as anterior restorations, Brilliant EverGlow’s extensive shade range and high polishability make it the best choice.
  • Bonding Flexibility: When versatility in bonding techniques is needed, One Coat 7’s compatibility with all etching techniques and its straightforward application process are highly beneficial.
  • Core Build-Ups and Cementation: For procedures involving post and core build-ups or crown and bridge cementation, ParaCore’s dual-cure feature and robust mechanical properties offer reliable performance and long-term durability.

Each of these product lines brings distinct advantages to dental restorative procedures. By understanding their unique features and applications, you can ensure optimal outcomes for your patients and streamline your workflow. Not sure which product you need in your clinic? Call or chat with our friendly team. We’re here to help get you the right materials for every procedure.