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Alloy dental material AlloyFill
for dental restorationsendodontic

alloy dental material
alloy dental material
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Characteristics

Type
alloy
Applications
for dental restorations, endodontic

Description

AlloyFill is a regular set, low silver (44% min), high copper non gamma-2 dental alloy consisting of a constant ratio of spherical and irregular lathe cut particles (ADMIX). As a result of this, great handling characteristics are obtained. Its high early strength together with its low static creep value lowers the risk of marginal fracture and assures long-lasting marginal integrity. It does not contain zinc thus eliminating problems due to moisture and avoids the corrosive gamma-2 (γ-2) phase. Tin dissolves in mercury and is preferentially bound copper thus forming Cu Sn which inhibits formation 6 5 of the corrosive gamma-2 phase (Sn8Hg). AlloyFill is designed for mixing with mercury either in mechanical amalgamator / vibrator or by pestle and mortar. 1. ALL Posterior restorations and any restoration where aesthetics is not a prime consideration. 2. AlloyFill is used in combination with mercury in stress bearing class 1, class 2 and class 5 cavities. (Amalgam Restorations). 3. AlloyFill non gamma-2 amalgam can be used for the restoration for all classes of posterior restoration including post endodontic build up. Not Applicable 1 x 30g Jar Product Description : AlloyFill is a regular set, low silver (44% min), high copper non gamma-2 dental alloy consisting of a constant ratio of spherical and irregular lathe cut particles (ADMIX). As a result of this, great handling characteristics are obtained. Its high early strength together with its low static creep value lowers the risk of marginal fracture and assures long-lasting marginal integrity.

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