Self-leveling: It allows a perfect adaptation of the material to the walls of the preparation
Smart thixotropy: Antigravity action: perfect application to superior teeth
Mechanical resistance: With approximately 68% of mass fillers, the composite shows enough mechanical strength to be used under direct restorations. It should be coated with a dense-consistency composite.
Stability under ambient light: Provides longer working time
Curing Depth: Can be inserted in increments up to 4 mm deep.
Compatibility: With all classes of adhesives and methacrylate based composites
• Basis of posterior restoration (class I and II).
• Liner under direct restorative materials.
• Regularization/planification of the cavity preparation walls.
• Repair of small enamel defects.
• Repair of temporary materials in acrylic and resin.
Step by step
Prepare the cavity and keep the tooth free from contaminants, preferably with absolute isolation.
The application of phosphoric acid and dental adhesive must follow the protocol of the respective products used.
Apply Opus Bulk Fill Flow APS into the cavity, in 4mm increments. Start applying the composite to the deeper zones of the preparation, dispensing the material so that the applicator pointer is close or briefly above the layer that is being applied. We do not recommend submersing the applicator pointer into the composite during insertion.
Light cure each increment for 20 seconds.
Fill the cavity preparation until 2mm or more remains to the occlusal surface (surface cavus). This last layer should be restored with conventional composite resin or Opus Bulk Fill APS (FGM), allowing sculpting and catering to the mechanic demands of chewing. Light cure according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Check for occlusal contact, finish and polish the restoration. For finishing, you may use sanding disks Diamond Pro (FGM), or burs of fine granularity; for polishing, we recommend using felt discs Diamond Flex (FGM) and polishing pastes Diamond Excel (FGM).