- It is the first device able to aid in controlling the fluidity of various portions of composite material simultaneously and in minimum portions as required for correct stratification and/or for finishing and characterizations
- Heating any form of monodose composite
- The convenience to get composite with a range of shades at the best flowability
- The perfect flowability improves adaptation to tooth structure, providing excellent cavity adaptation
- Enabling the minimum layer thickness and the shape and contour of the final restoration
- Helping to mimic the natural esthetics of teeth in all indications
- Greatly enhancing the manual dexterity of the operator, shortening working time
- By reducing stress levels, the practitioner can focus energy and attention on the know-how and perfecting both shade and form of the final restoration as it blends with tooth structure as a final restoration
- Reduces the temperature rise during curing, encouraging the proper closing of the polymer chains, with significant improvement of the matrix of composites. The importance of the temperature in the chemical-physical reaction of photopolymerisation.
Before the initiation of the photo polymerization, a controlled
heating of the composite resins reduces the thermal delta between the beginning temperature of the composites and the incremental temperature due to the exothermic reaction.
During The increased temperature by auto-reaction, the controlled heating
therefore also reduces the temperature rise during curing, encouraging the proper closing of the polymer chains, with significant improvement of the matrix of composites.