Boston light cured Composite 6g
1 syringe 6g, shades: A1, A2, A3, A3,5, OA2, OA3, B1, B2, C2, D2, D3, Transparent. Dental light curing composite Boston from Arkona for use in dentistry, periodontics and prosthetics. The hybrid microfibre composite Boston with increased mechanical strength, provides special comfort in prosthetic work - temporary and permanent.
Dental light curing composite Boston from Arkona for use in dentistry, periodontics and prosthetics. The hybrid microfibre composite Boston with increased mechanical strength, provides special comfort in prosthetic work - temporary and permanent. Specially developed composition of the composite ensures the performance and exceptional durability of crowns and bridges in dental office.
A carefully selected filler system ensures perfectly smooth surfaces after polymerization. Prepared to be used as a complete product or in combination with pre-impregnated polyaramide fibers. The use of glaze gives the work a perfect cosmetic effect.
1 syringe 6g, Colors: A1, A2, A3, A3.5, OA2, OA3, B1, B2, C2, D2, D3, Transparent
BOSTON can be used to fill dental cavities of all classes, for permanent restorations on the foundation of polyaramide, polyethylene and glass fibers.
For inlay / onlana works, Boston and Maryland bridges, temporary crowns and bridges
For making tooth stabilizing rails, crown-root inserts.
For composite and acrylic repairs of crowns and bridges
High bending strength of BOSTON material up to 160 MPa, makes it mechanically resistant composite, which translates into increased durability of the work performed.
Chemical composition of Boston cured composites:
Light-curing dental material is a composite composed of a dimethacrylate organic matrix (Bis-GMA, UDMA, Tri-EDMA (TEGDMA), EBADMA), containing inorganic solid fillers (barium-aluminum-silica glass, fumed silica) and additional substances (photoinitiator, co-initiator , inhibitor, stabilizers, pigments), resulting from free radical polymerization combined with cross-linking, activated by visible light in the blue range (400-500 nm). Mineral fillers constitute approx. 78% of the composite.
Contraindications to the use of Boston cured light composites:
The Boston composite must not be used in patients with known methacrylate allergies.
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