- Physical properties rival leading composites
- Precise handling – Stacks without slumping and just stays put
- Self-leveling, bubble free consistency, reduces instrumentation/polishing time
- Superior adaptation ensure a tight marginal seal, decreasing voids
- High radiopacity allows clear visibility during follow-ups
- Fluoride release and recharge is ideal for high caries index patients
Beautifil Flow PLUS F03 (medium viscosity)has moderate flow to restore pits, gingival boxes, for surface modification and to apply as a base.
- Features exceptional strength, optimal handling characteristics, predictable life-like aesthetics with an excellent shade match and superior polish for a durable clinical performance.
- The specially designed syringe comes with a “flow on command” delivery with a secure pull back mechanism to ensure efficient and hygienic application without any wastage.
- Continuous fluoride protection and unique anti-plaque effect helps provide resistance to bacterial colonization
- Available in a spectrum of basic as well as additional bleach white (BW), enamel (INC) and effect shades for individualized aesthetics.
Beautifil Flow Plus is developed as a high strength flowable restorative to further enhance applications in direct cosmetic dentistry and is represented in discrete viscosities: F03 (moderate viscosity). A unique balance of the resin matrix and filler complex imparts superior mechanical properties for successful posterior as well as anterior applications
A base, liner and final restorative all in one! Beautifil Flow Plus is the next step in the evolution of restorative materials, combining the convenience of a flowable delivery system with strength and functionality that surpass leading hybrid composites
- Minimally invasive anterior and posterior cavities
- Class I through Class V cavities
- Deciduous teeth
- Effortless sculpting of detailed cuspal and occlusal anatomy
- Creation of marginal ridge in a Class II cavity
- Repairing composite or ceramic restorations
- Shade adjustment and modification of direct and indirect restorations