Efficient contouring of composites
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Time-saving contouring due to anti-stick properties [1, 2, 3]

OptraSculpt and OptraSculpt Pad are contouring instruments suitable for the non-stick shaping and contouring of surfaces [1,2,3]. They are especially designed to shape unpolymerized sculptable composites in direct restorative treatments and to contour and smoothen paste-like laboratory composites.


Innovative solutions for the dental practice

Easy adaptation

  • Non-stick properties: reduce the stickiness of the composite versus the instrument[1,2,3]
  • Compatibility: attachments are suitable for both instruments
  • Working angles are adjusted to the anterior and posterior regions [1,2]

Professional esthetics

  • No marks left by the instrument on the restoration surface [2,3]
  • Reduction of air inclusions in the composite during application [2,3]
  • Homogeneous surface texture [2,3]

High efficiency

  • Efficient, easy contouring due to specially adjusted attachment shapes [1,2]
  • Reduced effort in finishing and polishing [2,3]

Efficient Esthetics

OptraSculpt forms a part of the "Direct Restoratives" product category. The products of this category cover the procedure involved in the direct restoration of teeth – from preparation to restoration care. The products are optimally coordinated with each other and enable successful processing and application.

OptraSculpt Pad

  • Foam pad attachments for non-stick, mark-free contouring [1,2,3]
  • Two pad sizes for efficient contouring of direct veneers and large-surface class III and IV restorations
  • Reference scale on the instrument handle for recording the axis alignment and the width of the anterior teeth [3]
  • Optimum working angle for the anterior region [1,2]

OptraSculpt Next Generation

  • Three attachment shapes for the professional creation of sophisticated anatomical tooth structures: ball, pointed tip, chisel
  • Optimum working angle for the posterior region [1,2]
  • Hygienic dispenser box for easy access to attachments



[1] N. Walther, OptraSculpt Handlingstest, Test Report, Ivoclar, 2016
[2] L. Enggist, Use Validation OptraFoam Extension, Test Report, Ivoclar, 2017
[3] A. Peschke, S. Heintze, Designvalidierungstestbericht OptraFoam, Test Report, Ivoclar, 2012

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