Scientific report on SonicFill Composite System
KerrHawe SA, part of Kerr Corporation a leading manufacturer of technology for dental procedures has added to its published portfolio of scientific studies a recent clinical report by the University of Marburg, Germany featuring its SonicFill composite system.
The latest in a collection of scientific papers underpins the success of the global launch of SonicFill in 2011.
SonicFill is the only single step bulk filling system that enables clinicians to perform posterior restorations with a fast, easy and reliable bulk fill technology using a sonic-activated handpiece.
Moreover, the SonicFill technology has quickly been embraced by the dental community, who can now go from placement to a polished restoration in less than 3 minutes on cavities up to 5mm. Already over 1,000,000 tips have been sold to 1000s of dentists around the world.
The portfolio of scientific papers by dentists and researchers from various centers of excellence around the United States and in Europe feature topics researched and reviewed in the portfolio include clinical evaluation of restorations using SonicFill and comparisons with traditional composite material; study data on the viscosity change of SonicFill when subjected to sonic vibration; and analysis data on SonicFill’s depth of cure, mechanical properties, flexural strength, volumetric shrinkage and compressive strength, among others.
The studies further validate that dentists can expect equal or better results when using SonicFill compared to traditional composites placed in layers. The great scientific results on evidence here match the terrific response we’ve been getting from the global dental community regarding SonicFill. We are pleased to be able to offer new technology that is literally changing the way composites are done and ultimately setting a new standard in posterior restorative dentistry.