Beautiful, Natural-Looking Anterior Restorations
Strong Enough for Posterior Restorations
Posterior composite is bonded, reinforcing both tooth and restoration, delivering high wear resistance and quality esthetics.
Direct Composite Layering Technique
- For enamel-only restorations (Class III) or small posterior restorations (Classes I and V), use a single Amelogen Plus shade, usually enamel.
- For the most common cases of both dentin and enamel restorations in intermediate-size Class II, III, and IV cavities, use both a dentin and an enamel shade. Make sure that the composite enamel layer is thinner than the natural enamel layer.
- For major enamel and dentin replacements or esthetically challenging restorations, use multiple dentin shades (darkest at the lowest point) and characterize with translucent shades if needed.