Vertise™ Flow

Features

Vertise™ Flow self-adhering flowable composite that greatly simplifies the direct restorative procedure for today’s time-challenged dentist by incorporating a bonding agent into a flowable, which is powered by Kerr’s OptiBond™ adhesive technology.

Indications:

  • Liner under large class I and II restorations
  • Small class I and II restorations
  • Pit and fissure sealant
  • Porcelain repairs.

Features:

  • Self-adhering – no separate bonding protocol required. A simplified restorative procedure with excellent performance
  • High bond strengths to dentine and enamel – incorporates clinically proven OptiBond™ adhesive technology for excellent bond to dentine and enamel
  • Universal use – unique self-adhering property offers new opportunities for use in wide selection of indications and situations
  • Reduced post-op sensitivity
  • Easy handling– non-slumping property creates an ideal viscosity for different indications
  • Low microleakage – excellent marginal integrity and reduced voids.

Packaging

Article ID Packaging
34398
Vertise™ Flow test-me kit

Contents: 1 x 2g syringe A2 shade; 10 x application brushes; 10 x tips

34399
Vertise™ Flow assorted kit

Contents: 4 x 2g syringes in shades A2, A3, A3.5, UO; 40 x application brushes; 40 tips

34400
Vertise™ Flow paedodontic kit

Contents: 4 x 2g syringes in shades A1, B1, XL, translucent; 40 x application brushes; 40 x tips

Vertise™ Flow refill packs

Contents : 2 x 2g syringes; 20 x flowable tips; 20 x brushes; technique guide; instruction for use

34401
A1
34402
A2
34403
A3
34404
A3.5
34405
B1
34406
B2
34407
Universal opaque
34408
XL
34409
Translucent
34410
Refill 25 pcs application brushes and tips

Educational

Patient Case Report: Vertise™ Flow Self-Adhering Composite

Case describing the whole restoration of cusp abrasion and chipping of the mesial marginal ridge on the upper right second molar using Vertise™ Flow together with other Kerr products.

Self-Adhering Flowable Composites: Simplifying the Placement of Exquisite Direct Resin Restorations

Imagine placement of a direct composite restoration without the added steps of etching and bonding... sounds impossible? Check out this study to find out more!

Clinical Study of Vertise™ Flow in Class II Restorations: 24-Month Follow-up

Traditional flowable composite resins require a separate bonding system. However, in 2010 Kerr introduced Vertise™ Flow, a self-adhering flowable composite that incorporates proven OptiBond™ adhesive tech-nology and does not require a separate bonding system.

Clinical study of the self-adhering flowable composite resin

The aim of this study was to evaluate over a 6-month follow-upperiod the clinical outcome of restorations performed with a new self-adhering flowable composite resin.

Compobond: Evoluation of a new restorative dental material

This paper discussed the background, evolution and clinical applications of a new dental restorative material, termed compobond.


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