Visible light cure Radiopaque composite based on Ormoresin
By Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology(SCTIMST)
Conventional restorative materials are based mainly on organic resins such as BisGMA or UDMA and inorganic fillers like quartz or glass. Although these conventional restorative materials have proven to be highly effective at preserving teeth, they have a limited life-span and ultimately require replacement.This product contains no Bisphenol A, no Bis-GMA, no BPA derivatives, All the materials can be polymerized using visible light.
Product Design and Silent Features
This product is a visible light cure radiopaque composite with low polymerization shrinkage and better physico-mechanical properties. The composite can be applied to larger cavities and root canal applications. Ideal for all restoration classes. The radiopacity is equivalent to 1.5mm of aluminum. Indian Patent : 219733
Development Stage
Completed all preclinical qualification as per the international standards. Ready for technology transfer – industry can associate to take forward the clinical trial and further commercialization.
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