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DiaDent Group International Passion for Innovation ©Copyright 2014 DiaDent Group International

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CONFIDENCE IN COMPOSITES DiaDent ensures maximum durability and highest patient satisfaction with innovative products-highly esthetic restorative materials, efficient bonding agents and high-performance curing lights. COMPOSITES MICRO HYBRID COMPOSITE DIAFILTM - A Light cure, esthetic restorative micro hybrid composite resin FLOWABLE COMPOSITE DIAFILTM FLOW - Light cured flowable restorative composite resin SELF-CURING COMPOSITE DIAFIL CORETM - Self-curing composite for core build-up CORE BUILD-UP COMPOSITE DIAFIL CORETM AUTOMIX - Dual cured core build-up composite DIAETCHTM - 37% etching...

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CURING LIGHT D-LUX - Cordless LED curing light TEMPORARY FILLING DIA-TEMPTM - Visible, light cured temporary filling material CEMENT DiaCemTM TempNE - Non eugenol temporary cement SEALANT DIASEALTM - Light cured pit & fissure sealant

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Light Cured Restorative Micro Hybrid Composite • Excellent Handling - Very easy handling of acceptable viscosity - No sticking to instruments virtually - Good marginal adaptation makes in easy to shape - Has good modeling properties - Can be polymerized in only 20 seconds - Very useful for Anterior and Posterior restorations • Superior Physical Properties- Low Wear & High Fracture Resistance - Unique fillers reduced shrinkage for less post-operative sensitivity and secondary cavities due to leakage - Excellent fracture toughness, high tensile, compressive strengths for long lasting...

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PHYSICAL PROPERTIES Flexural Strength The flexural strength is measured by pressing a stick-typed experimental material. Flexural strength is the value obtained when the sample breaks, fixing both ends of sample and pressing in the middle of it. This test combines the forces found in compression and tension. DIAFILTM shows a similar level of strength with other brands. Compressive Strength Compressive strength is particularly important because it is related with masticating forces. Rods are made of the material and simultaneous forces are applied to the opposite ends of the sample length...

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Depth of Cure The depth of cure of composite resin is affected by many factors as like content, size and shape of inorganic filler. Also it is affected by shade of composite resin, curing time, intension of light and distance between composite resin and curing device. DIAFIL™ is statistically higher than other 2 brands. Abrasive, Wear Resistance Abrasion is losing materials gradually from the surface by relative movement. The surface contact of two objects occurs friction force and finally the loss of materials. DIAFILTMshows a similar level of abrasive resistance compared with other...

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Technique Guides 1. Prepare the tooth : Isolate the tooth with rubber 2. Etch : Apply Dia-Etch(etchant) to enamel and dentin and wait 15 seconds. Rinse and blot the excess water, leaving tooth moist 3. Bond : Apply 3 consecutive coats of Dia-Plus (bonding agent) to enamel and dentin and wait 15 seconds. Dry gently for 3 seconds and light cure for 20 seconds 4. Place composite resin : Place DIAFILTM(composite resin) in layers less than 2.0mm 5. Light Cure : Cure each increment for 20 seconds

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DIAFILTM ORDERING INFORMATION ● Start Kit - 4g × 5 composite resin syringes - 1 Bottle bonding agent(5ml) - 1 Etching gel syringe(3ml) - ccessories : 50 brush tips, 1 brush handle, mixing well, mixing pad, A 10 disposable needle tips, shade sheet Set Composite Shades ●Accessories 20 x disposable tips for DiaEtch 100 x disposable tips for DiaEtch 100 x brush tips for DiaPlus Mixing well ●Refill Package Start Kit Refill Package ●Capsule Type - 0.25g capsule × 20ea A1

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Light Cured Flowable Restorative Composite • Perfect Adaptation and Handling - Has a high level of fluoride release with no slump, run which helps a fast techniques and handling - The superior combination of a flowing viscosity offers easy and convenient placement for safe and durable restorations • Various indications for use in the following types of restorations ► Restorations of minimally invasive cavity preparations - Class III, V and shallow class IV - Air abrasion preparations - Tunnel preparation ► Base/liner under posterior restorations in Class I, II ► Repair of small defects in...

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DIAFILTM FLOW PHYSICAL PROPERTIES Flexural Strength The flexural strength is measured by pressing B(Japan) B(Japan) the middle of it. This test combines the forces found breaks, fixing both ends of sample and pressing in strength is the value obtained when the sample a stick-typed experimental material. Flexural in compression and tension. DIAFILTM Flow shows statistically higher than other 2 brands. Compressive Strength Compressive strength is particularly important are made of the material and simultaneous forces are applied to the opposite ends of the sample length vertically. The sample...

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Flexural Modulus Flexural modulus is a method of defining a level comparison to other products. finally the loss of materials. DIAFILTM Flow shows the lowest abrasion movement. The surface contact of two objects occurs friction force and Abrasion is losing materials gradually from the surface by relative Abrasion resistance, wear flexural elastic rate with other flowable composite material. DIAFILTM Flow shows a similar A low modulus indicates high flexible material’s stiffness. ●RestoRation with DIAFILTMFLOW

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DIAFILTM FLOW Technique Guides ●Direct Restorations 1. repare the tooth : Isolate the P tooth and remove caries 2. tch : Apply Dia-Etch(etchant) to E enamel and dentin and wait 15 seconds. Rinse and blot the excess water, leaving tooth moist 3. ond : Apply 2 consecutive coats of B Dia-Plus(bonding agent) to enamel and dentin and wait 15 seconds. Dry gently for 3 seconds and light cure for 20 seconds 4. lace Flowable composite resin : P Place DIAFILTM Flow(flowable composite resin) in layers less than 2.0mm and cure each increment for 20 seconds ●Base/Liner Direct Posterior Restorations 1....

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