GrandTEC is a resin impregnated fiberglass strip that will greatly expand its clinical possibilities. The modern adhesive technique and GrandTEC fiberglass are ideally complemented. The masticatory forces that are presented are distributed by the glass fiber in the restoration and the synergy effect by the interaction of the two components raises the fracture resistance of the restoration. Resin-impregnated glass fibers
Are strongly bonded chemically with the composite, whereby fluid composites are used for the first layer in
Glass fibers and fixation.
GrandTEC is a fiberglass strip consisting of multiple individual, parallel-running glass fibers. They are impregnated with resin in a special process and harden when exposed to conventional polymerization lamps. This resin adheres excellently to traditional (fluids) composites.
With GrandTEC, the dentist completely avoids complicated, often irregular and costly wetting of fiberglass strips with an adhesive. The GrandTEC fiberglass is individually sealed in an easily removable film in a blister that provides light protection as well as damage. Each strip of GrandTEC fiberglass measures 55 mm and has a diameter of approx. 2 mm.
GrandTEC can be trimmed with a conventional thin scissors to the required size. For this, do not remove the fiberglass from the protective foil. The protective foil ensures easy manipulation of the impregnated glass fibers is removed immediately before placing it in the patient's mouth or in the working model in the laboratory.
GrandTEC is extremely flexible and can be placed and adapted with instruments such as those used in the adhesive technique of composites. A fine-tipped clamp facilitates positioning in the prepared teeth or in the