All cases of direct anterior and posterior restorations
Cavity base or liner
Repair of porcelain/composite
Unprecedented shade matching
High stain resistance
Flexural and compressive strength suitable for a wide range of indications
Low wear and abrasion
Low polymerization shrinkage
Benefits To Clinicians
Increased efficiency – saving time and money
Simplified inventory management
Reduction of composite waste
Never run low on composite shades ever again
Smart Chromatic Technology
OMNICHROMA FLOW’s structural color mechanism is made possible by the filler particles within the composite.
The 260 nm spherical fillers are of the exact size and shape needed to produce the shade matching effect, allowing the composite to blend in invisibly with surrounding tooth structure.
There are 2 Color Producing Phenomena
Color is nothing more than wavelengths of light that reach our eyes.
White light contains all wavelengths of color – from violet, which is the shortest, to red, the longest, these wavelengths make up the visible spectrum of color that we can see.
The most common form of color visible to us and happens when molecules of a material reflect particular wavelengths.
Typical composites today rely on the chemical color of added dyes and pigments.
A phenomenon in which the structure of a material amplifies or weakens different wavelengths to create a certain color.
OMNICHROMA composites use structural color to create a shade match to surrounding tooth structure.
OMNICHROMA products are the only composites to utilize SMART CHROMATIC TECHNOLOGY, which…
Leverages structural color as the main color mechanism
Does not require added dyes or pigments
Generates color by utilizing fillers themselves to reflect shade of surrounding tooth
OMNICHROMA FLOW produces extremely high glossiness compared to other commercially available flowable composites.
After just 30 seconds, OMNICHROMA FLOW reaches higher levels of gloss than other products can achieve in 60 seconds.
Lower Wear and Abrasion
OMNICHROMA FLOW exhibits an excellent balance between volume loss of the composite resin and wear of the human tooth – making it less likely to abrade opposing teeth while not easily becoming abraded itself.
Compared to other commercially available flowable resin composites, OMNICHROMA FLOW exhibits low polymerization shrinkage.
Flexural and Compressive Strength
The flexural strength (111 MPa) of OMNICHROMA FLOW represents a typical level while its compressive strength (397 MPa) is greater than most flowable composites – ensuring dependable results.
The extent of staining OMNICHROMA FLOW displayed after being immersed into coffee solution was the lowest among commercially available flowable resin composites, indicating OMNICHROMA FLOW will resist staining for the life of the restoration.
The viscosity of OMNICHROMA FLOW is similar to Estelite Universal Flow Medium and the majority of other commercially available flowable resin composites.
Package Contents: 1 x 3g Syringe + 10 Tips