Dentapreg UFM’s smart flexibility means that it’s suitable for a variety of different applications in restorative dentistry and minimally invasive prosthetics: crown build up and restoration, the strengthening of large restorations, the reinforcement of composite veneers and the reconstruction of incisal edges.
Class IV restorations, such as for a chipped incisal edge, have by far the highest failure rate: they fracture all too often. To prevent the risk of a restored crown fracturing again, reach for an ultra thin glass fiber strip from Dentapreg. This reinforcement will act as a biomimetic replacement of the DEJ by spreading the occlusal forces across the entire crown and preventing stress concentration in a single point, and thus: no fracturing. Not only can you trust Dentapreg UFM to prevent restoration fractures, but it also delivers highly aesthetic results thanks to its overall malleability and ability to smoothly blend in with the colour of the surrounding composite.
An end to restoration fractures is possible with Dentapreg – this video tutorial
shows you how, and the Dentapreg UFM
product detail page explains how it works.