Place the application cannula as close to the bottom of the cavity as possible and slowly extrude the material. After extruding the required amount, refrain from pressing the plunger and pull the syringe in a verti- cal direction away from the surface of the cavity. When applying the ma- terial, make sure that there is enough space to cover with a layer of a sui- table covering composite (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
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 at temperatures in the range of 4-25 °C in an intact and sealed container (syringe), 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: 210306