Renamel Flowable Microfill

May 1, 1998
Cosmedent introduces the first light-cured, flowable microfill material. Renamel Flowable Microfill is coordinated to the Renamel Restorative System in all aspects - handling, ease of use, color characteristics, fluorescence and polishability. It can be used to seal margins, repair pitted areas in existing restorations, restore tunnel preparations, seal open margins on porcelain laminates and crowns, small occlusal and lingual restorations and sealants.

Cosmedent introduces the first light-cured, flowable microfill material. Renamel Flowable Microfill is coordinated to the Renamel Restorative System in all aspects - handling, ease of use, color characteristics, fluorescence and polishability. It can be used to seal margins, repair pitted areas in existing restorations, restore tunnel preparations, seal open margins on porcelain laminates and crowns, small occlusal and lingual restorations and sealants.

Renamel Flowable Microfill is packaged in 3gm syringes and is available in convenient kits and individual syringes.

For additional information, call Cosmedent at (800) 621-6729.

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