The C Shape System ensures that fillings will be stronger and last longer. That means less cost of "re-dos" and replacements, for both the dentist and patient.
White fillings look more natural, and the easiest way for a dentist to provide these pretty fillings for aesthetically-concerned patients is to use the C Shape System.
The C Shape System makes fillings stronger and decreases the chance of restoration damage in the material.
The handle design is the best new way to use the removable tips. The handle ends have a patented, double undercut design to help with maximum retention for the removable tip, which is the working end of the instrument. Thus during use, the operator has more confidence in the strength of the retention. Moreover, the beveled end of the instrument helps direct the forces evenly along the fitted surface of the silicone as the instrument is being used to direct and mold composite. The beveled end also helps reduce too sharp of a working end that might puncture through the silicone tip during use.
The rounded tip is designed with a softness to span all the hard-to-reach areas when placing filling materials. It applies a universal pressure onto the composite, using the natural tooth as a guide to get the ideal occlusion. It allows you be an artist and get the ideal results for the lingual surface of anterior teeth and occlusal surface of posterior teeth. The round tip also lets you pack the composite into the cavity to avoid gaps, getting the margins sealed for you before you ever cure.
In addition, the rounded tip is perfect for burnishing composite, giving you beautiful fillings easily done.
The flat design is ideal for class III and class IV restorations. Using the clear matrix only as a separator, you can now "brush stroke" your composite into the perfect form in just a few moments. Get the perfect composite fillings done in no time at all, while using less composite. The flat tip gives your patients the best results without wasting your time or money. Large defects can now be get done in half the time, and the composite gets placed without any voids, sealing all the low bonding areas with confidence.