Kit contains esthetic-restorative materials

Oct. 1, 1999
Super Etch - direct placement, blue gel, 37% phosphoric acid, and is easily placed and removed without residual residue;

The Esthetic Introductory Kit contains:

Super Etch - direct placement, blue gel, 37% phosphoric acid, and is easily placed and removed without residual residue;

Stae - a fluoride-releasing, desensitizing, high strength, one-bottle adhesive system;

Wave - a fluoride-releasing, high strength flowable composite;

Glacier - non-stick anterior/posterior hybrid composite with the lowest shrinkage of 1.5%;

Freedom - a fluoride -releasing, nonstick, anterior/posterior compomer;

Conseal F - the lowest viscosity sealant with fluoride, offers tiny placement tips to deeply penetrate pits and fissures with its blend of particles and high surface-to-area volume ratios, enables fluoride release;

Conseal f - eliminates wastage. The internal-plunger design extrudes all the syringe content, eliminating the wastage of unused material.

The kit is available from your full-service dealers.

For more information, contact Southern Dental Industries at (800) 228-5166 or visit the Web site at www.sdi.com.au.

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