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Dental composite material WHITE POST
epoxy resinfor dental restorationstranslucent

dental composite material
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Characteristics

Type
composite, epoxy resin
Applications
for dental restorations
Other characteristics
translucent

Description

Whitepost is a fiberglass post. DESCRIPTION Whitepost is a post made of fiberglass composite and high-strength epoxy resin that acts as intraradicular reinforcement of the dental structure and promotes retention for the definitive restorative or core build-up material, in the case of indirect restorations. It is available in the DC and DC-E versions. With the same apical diameter corresponding to the DC version, Whitepost DC-E (Special) is different because it is thicker in the cervical region. It offers more strength in cases with a lower amount of remaining coronary portion or for teeth with wider canals.CHARACTERISTICS AND ADVANTAGES Whitepost Post • Translucent post: ideal for cases where aesthetics is essential. • Pre-silanized surface: retention equivalent to that of the serrated posts even without macroretentions (fragile zones). • Elastic modulus similar to dentin and safer than metallic posts. • High fracture resistance. • Double tapered design: allows for less wear in the root preparation. • Excellent light transmission. • Highly aesthetic, practically colorless and translucent. • Radiopaque, allowing for X-ray follow-up. • Available in 8 sizes. Whitepost Drill • Inactive tip. • High capacity of lateral cutting • High sharpness durability • Fits perfectly with the post
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