Bioclear Anterior Matrix - Clear Anatomical Sectional Matrices
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Anterior Matrix – Bioclear Original Anterior Matrices are anatomically shaped and allow for a modern approach to composite dentistry.
Bioclear Anterior matrices allow for a modern approach to composite dentistry. They have less curvature than the Diastema Closure matrices and are used for everyday restorative dentistry as well as in aesthetic treatments where small spaces need to be filled.
The Bioclear Matrix’s anatomic shape allows for predictable restoration or change of a tooth’s emergence profile. When closing small spaces with a full contact, the matrix is easily used wedge free. When placed into the sulcus, the matrix is stabilized and marginally sealed by the papilla.
Bioclear’s anatomically shaped matrices allow for injection/placement of composite into the embrasure without fear of leaving an overhanging margin. The Bioclear Matrix leaves the interproximal composite smooth and properly contoured
Bioclear Matrix is the only completely clear anatomic sectional matrix on the market. It, along with the other Bioclear products, will produce the smoothest embrasures and strongest contacts compared to other matrix systems. The high quality restorations created with the Bioclear Matrix are raising the bar for anterior composites.
Please thoroughly read the instructions and product care guide before use.
The Bioclear Matrices are anatomic and tooth specific. Use this guide to help select the appropriate matrix. Make sure to confirm that the selected matrix has the correct amount of gingival curvature. If the selected matrix has too much gingival curvature, the restoration will not have an ideal final shape.
A102 - Intended for distal of upper incisors
A103 - Intended for all lower incisors and small lateral incisors
A104 - Intended for canine mesial
A105 - Intended for canines distal
Film Thickness - 50 µ
Use the TruConact sander before matrix placement to lighten the contact between teeth where the matrix is to be placed.
• If you are placing the matrix on one tooth surface, use the orange sander.
• If you are placing two matrices in one contact, use the red sander.
• Use the blue saw after curing the composite to clean up any unwanted materials in the interproximal area to avoid “false contact.”
TRIMMING THE MATRIX
In young patients with healthy bone, a notch will need to be trimmed from the gingival edge of the matrix. The notch height will correlate with the papilla height. Use Bioclear Matrix Sculpting Scissors to trim papilla notch.
PLACING THE MATRIX
Pinch the matrix between your thumb and index finger to drive the matrix apically deep into the sulcus. If the matrix will not slide into place, remove the matrix and re-sand the contact area with the TruConact sander.
Store at cool and dry place
1. Made from 50 µ film
2. Anatomic shape
3. Flexible but strong
4. Focus on cervical half of tooth
5. Customizable contours
6. Anterior and posterior shapes