Composite Resins—Medical Equipment

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Model Number – NH-42095

Brand – Niche Healthcare

Composite resins, also known as dental composites or tooth-coloured fillings, are a type of restorative material used in dentistry to repair and restore teeth that have been damaged by decay, fractures, or other dental issues.



Universal Composite Resins
All purpose light curing dental composite resins.
Universal composite has very close performance as 3M Z250 composite, it works very well for both anterior and posterior tooth, very easy to handle, none sticky with instruments.
Indication for use:
All class of direct restoration for anterior and posterior.
Indirect restoration such anterior and onlay.
Core build-ups.
Shade: A1, A2, A3, A3.5, A4, B1, B2, B3, C2, C3
Package: 4g/tube

Composite resins, also known as dental composites or tooth-coloured fillings, are a type of restorative material used in dentistry to repair and restore teeth that have been damaged by decay, fractures, or other dental issues. Composite resins are versatile and are widely used for both anterior (front) and posterior (back) teeth due to their aesthetic properties and ability to bond directly to tooth structure. Here’s how composite resins are commonly used within dental settings:

  1. Tooth-Coloured Fillings: Composite resins are frequently used as tooth-coloured fillings for the restoration of cavities caused by dental caries (tooth decay). They provide a natural appearance that blends with the colour of the surrounding teeth, making them a popular choice for visible areas of the mouth.

  2. Aesthetic Restorations: One of the primary advantages of composite resins is their ability to mimic the colour, translucency, and texture of natural tooth enamel. This makes them an ideal choice for aesthetic restorations in the front teeth, where appearance is a significant consideration.

  3. Bonding to Tooth Structure: Composite resins bond directly to the tooth structure through a process called adhesive bonding. This bonding creates a strong and durable connection, promoting the preservation of tooth structure and reducing the risk of recurrent decay.

  4. Repairing Fractured or Chipped Teeth: Composite resins are used to repair teeth that have been chipped or fractured due to trauma or other causes. The material can be shaped and sculpted to restore the tooth’s natural contour.

  5. Closing Gaps and Spaces: In cosmetic dentistry, composite resins are used to close gaps and spaces between teeth, a procedure known as dental bonding. This can enhance the overall appearance of the smile without the need for more extensive treatments.

  6. Reshaping and Contouring: Dental professionals use composite resins for reshaping and contouring teeth to improve their appearance. This may involve altering the size, shape, or alignment of teeth to achieve a more harmonious smile.

  7. Direct Veneers: Composite resins are sometimes used for direct veneers, a conservative alternative to traditional porcelain veneers. Direct veneers involve applying and sculpting composite resin directly onto the tooth surface to improve aesthetics.

  8. Biocompatibility: Composite resins are considered biocompatible with oral tissues, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or adverse effects. They are a safe and well-tolerated material for dental restorations.

  9. Gradual Curing Process: The curing (hardening) of composite resins is achieved using a curing light. This process allows dental professionals to control the working time, ensuring that the material is shaped and sculpted before being cured for a strong and durable restoration.

  10. Minimally Invasive Treatment: Composite resin restorations often require the removal of less healthy tooth structure compared to traditional amalgam (silver) fillings. This makes them a more conservative and minimally invasive treatment option.

Composite resins have evolved significantly, and advancements in material technology continue to improve their strength, durability, and aesthetics. Their versatility and ability to provide aesthetic and functional restorations make them a popular choice for various dental procedures.

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Dental Infographic


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