HyperFIL™ Automix Restorative Composite:
It’s versatile, easy-to-use and saves you money.
Particularly for posterior restorations, but great for anterior use, too, HyperFIL™ is the best deal around. A 10ml (22g) cartridge can save you as much as 75% off whatever brand of composite you’re currently using.
But don’t judge HyperFIL on price alone. This durable, automix, nanofilled composite also saves you time as it reduces the steps necessary to create good-looking restorations. Expressed directly from the cartridge into the prep, low-viscosity HyperFIL flows slightly to conform to the tooth surface. There’s no need for a flowable liner or incremental layering and curing, so it’s quick and easy. In fact, if you use Brush&Bond as your bonding agent, the entire procedure shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes. You’ll find that HyperFIL is great for core build-ups, cementing posts and large posterior restorations.
In side-by-side comparisons, HyperFIL restorations exhibited esthetics identical to those done with higher-priced posterior composites.
For greater versatility, HyperFIL comes in an Enamel Shade (A1/B1) or the original Universal Shade (A2/B2). Both have a chameleon-like quality and cure with or without a curing light.
HyperFIL and Brush&Bond®.
The Dynamic Duo.
Of course there are other bonding agents that will work with HyperFIL, but Brush&Bond is one of the few self-etch bonding agents documented by multiple sources to reliably bond dual-cure resins. In fact, when HyperFIL was first being developed, Brush&Bond was the bonding agent used in clinical trials. Today, Brush&Bond, with its proven effectiveness and excellent desensitizing ability, is still the ideal choice for HyperFIL restorations. Try this unbeatable team for your next posterior restoration.
Pre-op: maxillary first molar with a failing
MOD amalgam and extensive DL decay.
Post-op: The same first molar restored using HyperFIL. This void-free restoration with tight contacts and sealed margins was achieved using a "Bulk Fill" technique.