GrandTEC resin-impregnated glass fiber strips are optimally suited for a variety of adhesive techniques, such as splinting teeth for temporary, primary interlocking after orthodontic or periodontic therap; and as a foundation for treatment with composites in trauma therapy and space treatment . GrandTEC also facilitates minimally invasive reinforcement of metal-free treatments.
GrandTEC consists of multiple, densely packed, parallel running glass fibers impregnated with a special light-curing resin. GrandTEC can be shaped before polymerization, cured with conventional polymerization devices and is compatible with all standard, light-curing composites and flowables. The glass fibers coalesce with the composite used during polymerisation, wherein a flowable is used for the first layer on the glass fibre and its attachment to the tooth substance. Because GrandTEC is already impregnated with a resin, wetting of the fiber strands with a bond by the dentist is completely avoided.
GrandTEC is flexible and can be shaped into the desired form and adapted with the same instruments used in the composite-adhesive technique. Tweezers with smooth tips facilitate positioning on the prepared teeth or dental technician model. GrandTEC reinforced restorations can be finished and polished with the same rotary instruments and polishers used with composite restorations.
- GrandTEC Glass-Fiber Reinforcement Material
- VOCO America, Inc.
- Pricing Info
- 5 Strips
- Resin-impregnated, Light-curing, Glass Fiber
- 5.5 cm
- Glass Fiber
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