Bulk fill resin has been hailed as a game changer in restorative dentistry. Development of new resin monomers and fillers have finally made bulk filling a reality. Beautifil-Bulk is a light-cured, bioactive direct resin composite developed for faster, easier and simpler restoration with one single increment of up to 4mm. A unique balance of resin with new monomers and fillers provide deep cure, minimal polymerization shrinkage stress and optimal physical properties with remarkable shade match and all round fluoride protection.
1.Cleaning of tooth surface Thoroughly clean the tooth surface to remove plaque.
2. Shade selection Select appropriate shade using a shade guide while the tooth is still moist.
3. Cavity preparation Prepare the cavity following the conventional method.
4. Isolation Use a rubber dam etc to isolate the treatment area from contamination.
5. Placement of matrix Place a matrix band in the case where the cavity involves proximal area. Follow the matrix manufac- turer’s instructions for use.
6. Pulp protection In the case where the affected area is close to the pulp, cap the pulp with calcium hydroxide etc.
7. Adhesive application Apply dentin adhesive following the manufacturer’s instructions for use.
8. Flowable application To achieve optimal adaptation of the prepared tooth, apply a flowable restorative material as a liner.
9. Application Dispense adequate amount of BEAUTIFIL-Bulk Restorative onto a paper pad from the syringe. Apply the dispensed material into the cavity using a suitable instrument and create the shape desired. When using a tip, insert the tip into the dispenser (BEAUTIFIL Tip Dispenser etc) to apply the material directly into the cavity. The tip material may also be dispensed onto a paper pad to be applied into the cavity with a suitable instrument. In deeper preparations, place material in 4 mm increments. ・Grip the dispenser gently to dispense the material slowly. Excessive pressure may cause Tips to rupture or to eject from the dispenser.
10. Light-curing Light-cure each layer (up to 4 mm increment) using a dental light-curing unit. In the case where restored area is large, divide it into some parts to light-cure.
11. Finishing and polishing After light-curing, contour, finish and polish following the conventional method.