The Filtek OneBulk Fill composite developed by 3M is one of the best options for increasing the productivity and ergonomics of every dental clinic with the best aesthetic results and patient satisfaction.
Thanks to the development of Bulk fillor "in block" technology for posterior restorations an effective filling with just one layer of up to 5mm is achieved for the deeper preparations of cavities I y II without worrying about an incomplete polymerisation and the risks of contraction stress.
The only option for the dentist in these cases was to perform restorations with the incremental technique, a slow and complex solution now surpassed due to the new generation of composites and thanks to 3M is taken one step further with Filtek One and its new nanofill formula that combines the incremental in block technique together with a superior aesthetic with optical properties aand the opacity of an aesthetic nanohybrid composite that enables its use in posteriors and anteriors.
Features of the 3M Filtek One Aesthetic Composite
Easy and fast placement in just one step
Reduces clinical treatment time, greater effectiveness and client rotation.
Saves materials and time, making it the ideal solution for special patients, fast and extra comfort
Excellent aesthetics: improved opacity
Patented nanofilling with excellent polishing retention and resistance to wear
Enables use in anterior restorations, fast filling without compromising aesthetically
Available in 5 shades: A1, A2, A3, B1, C2
Incorporation of new monomers in the resin charge:
AFM andAUDMA monomersreduce posterior polymerisation and stress contraction, enabling the light-curing of 5mm thick layers without affecting the physical and mechanical properties of the filling.
Excellent manipulation, adaptation and mouldability due to its good thixotropic properties
Adaptive consistency between the necessary fluidity to cover all corners of the cavity and the necessary plasticity for shaping and its management.
The new 3M Filtek One is indicated for:
Restorations in anterior and posterior sectors (including those on the occlusal surface)
As a cavity base under direct restorations
In stump reconstructions
Indirect restorations such as inlays, onlays and veneers
Restorations in temporary dentitions and paediatric dentistry