Extrude the required amount of material directly into the cavity. Adapt close to the bottom and walls of the cavity. If the preparation depth is greater than 4 mm, an incremental technique must be used. When applying the material, make sure that there is enough space to cover a layer of suitable covering composite over the entire surface of the filling (the layer should be 1-2 mm thick from the surface of the occlusion, see point 6).
Note. Class II fillings and large cavities should be converted to a central cavity. Use a suitable matrix system to create approximate contours and contact points. Missing walls should be bult up using an abrasion-resis- tant and polishable light-curing composite. Polymerize according to the instructions of the manufacturer.
Clinical tip: To simplify adaptation, it is advisable to apply a layer of a flo- wable composite (e.g., Fibrafill® FLOW) to the bottom of the cavity before applying Fibrafill® DENTIN.
Cure the applied material with a curing light. Hold the light-water tip as close to the surface of the filled cavity as possible. For layer thickness of 4 mm, the curing should be performed according to the following type of light source:
To maintain optimal properties, it is recommended to store for extended periods of time at temperatures in the range of 4-25 °C in a package (compule) away from a source of direct intense sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 25 °C for extended periods of time. Do not use after the expiry date stated on the packaging.
Last update: March 2021
ADM, a.s., 03/2021, FORM: 210305