Voco launches Admira Fusion X-tra biocompatible nano-ORMOCER direct bulk-fill restorative
Voco launched Admira Fusion, the first all-ceramic-based direct universal restorative, and now it has introduced Admira Fusion X-tra, the first all-ceramic-based direct bulk-fill restorative material.
Voco's new Admira Fusion X-tra is the world's first all-ceramic-based direct bulk-fill restorative material.
After almost two decades of intensive research and development, Voco created the first ever nano-ORMOCERwith its nanohybrid and ORMOCER(ORganically MOdified CERamic) technologies. The company launched Admira Fusion, the first all-ceramic-based direct universal restorative, and now it has introduced Admira Fusion X-tra, the first all-ceramic-based direct bulk-fill restorative material.
As a nano-ORMOCER, Admira Fusion X-tra’s chemistry base is formed by silicon oxide, making up both the glass fillers as well as the ceramic-resin matrix, a first of its kind. This unique "pure silicate" technology offers several advantages, including up to 50% lower polymerization shrinkage (1.25% by volume) and up to 50% lower shrinkage stress than today’s conventional composites—two key physical properties for bulk-fill restoratives. Admira Fusion X-tra has a 4-mm depth of cure for fast and long-lasting posterior restorations.
The ORMOCER matrix used in Admira Fusion X-tra makes the material highly biocompatible, as it contains none of today’s classic monomers—such as bisphenol A (BPA), bisphenol A glycidyl methacrylate (bis-GMA), triethyleneglycol-dimethacrylate (TEGDMA), urethane dimethacrylate (UDMA), etc. The light-curing, radiopaque Admira Fusion X-tra contains 84% inorganic filler content (by weight), giving it excellent strength and wear resistance. This homogeneous material offers nonsticky handling and is compatible with all conventional bonding materials.
Admira Fusion X-tra is available in one universal shade. Its nanoparticulate amplifies its chameleon effect, enhancing its ability to adapt and blend to surrounding tooth structure compared to conventional composites.
For more information about Admira Fusion X-tra direct bulk-fill restorative, visit vocoamerica.com.