Tetric PowerFill is a sculptable 4-mm composite for true-to-nature esthetic results in the posterior region.
Similar to Tetric PowerFlow, Tetric PowerFill is characterized by reliable depth of cure[9-14], low shrinkage[12, 13] and optimum flexural strength[13-15], In short: The clinical performance of Tetric PowerFill [13, 16-18] is just as impressive and the results are just as esthetic[19, 20] as those achieved with conventional composites. The low stickiness[21, 22] of Tetric PowerFill facilitates the creation of anatomical structures.
Esthetics – Quality – Efficiency
- True-to-nature esthetics for posterior restorations due to Ivocerin[23, 24] and Aessencio Technology
- Excellent margin quality in combination with Adhese Universal
- Reliable depth of cure of increments of up to 4 mm in thickness[9-14]
- Low susceptibility to process-related air entrapments[25, 26]
- Easy creation of anatomical structures because of low stickeness[21, 22]
- Effective combination with Tetric PowerFlow
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 Ilie N, Characteristics of composite and curing unit, Study Report, Munich, 2019.
 According to ISO 4049
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 Bock T, Research report Adhese Universal, Shear Bond Strength (SBS), Test Report, Ivoclar Vivadent, 2018.
 Blunck U, Marginal adaptation study, Study Report, Berlin, 2018.
 In the posterior region
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