Bulk fill restorative. Posterior restorations made simple with this one- step bulk placement solution. Eliminates the need for additional layers and multiple steps, without compromising wear resistance or stress relief.
Improves productivity with fast, easy placement in one increment up to 5mm with no additional capping layer.
TRUE nanofiller technology
Contributes to high strength, excellent handling and better wear resistance, while resulting in restorations that are quick and easy to polish.
No expensive equipment
Simple syringe or capsule placement for excellent adaptation without a further investment in dispensing devices.
- Increased opacity for improved esthetics.
- One-step placement with a 5mm depth of cure.
- Excellent adaptation.
- Highly radiopaque.
- All classes of anterior and posterior direct restorations.
- Base/liner under direct restorations.
- Core build-ups.
- Indirect restorations including inlays, onlays and veneers.
- Restorations in deciduous teeth.
- Extended fissure sealing in molars and premolars.
- Repair of defects in porcelain restorations, enamel, and temporaries.
- The increased opacity is important in posteriors with amalgam staining.
- Make sure to follow the recommended curing time – it varies by light source and depth.
- “Great blending ability, polishability and a nice final shade. It is more opaque than most bulk fill materials.”
- “It adapts seamlessly to the tooth.”
- “Placed well in bulk.”
- “Use for pediatric cases – a single increment, bulk fill. Great material for build-ups.”
September-October 2017 www.dentaladvisor.com
More opaque than previous version, which minimizes graying out. Excellent depth of cure and exceeds even 90% cure in proximal box, but only after 40 seconds of light curing. Low shrinkage, low porosity, exceptional handling, not sticky, adapts well to cavity walls, adequate polish and shades, blends well into tooth structure. Nice tip design. Tips have enough material for most preps. Good radiopacity.
Still too translucent to consistently block out shine-through in through-and-through anterior preparations. Needs more shades for anterior teeth. Fluorescence is poor – it appears purplish and darker than tooth structure. Not much working time under dental unit light. Hard to read shade on tips. Even though graying out is less than with previous version, it is not eliminated.
A definite improvement on its predecessor and an excellent choice as a posterior restorative, but it is still not the product of choice for anterior use.
Filtek One earned 4.6 stars out of a possible 5.0.