Simulates lifelike characteristics of dentition

Aug. 1, 1999
Ivoclar Vivadent introduces Tetric Color, a light-cured tinting and opaquing system used to characterize direct and indirect resin restorations. Available in seven shades, which also can be mixed together to create additional shades, Tetric Color offers a variety of esthetic opportunities. Tetric Color is used to mask discolored tooth structure and to simulate lifelike characteristics of natural dentition.

Ivoclar Vivadent introduces Tetric Color, a light-cured tinting and opaquing system used to characterize direct and indirect resin restorations. Available in seven shades, which also can be mixed together to create additional shades, Tetric Color offers a variety of esthetic opportunities. Tetric Color is used to mask discolored tooth structure and to simulate lifelike characteristics of natural dentition.

Packaged in syringes for direct application, it also can be applied with a probe or brush.

Call (800) 533-6825 or e-mail to [email protected].

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