SDI Wave - Nano Hybrid Flowable Composite
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Wave - A flowable for all your clinical situations
Wave/ MV are ideal versatile, fluoride releasing, radiopaque, light cured flowable composites designed for anterior and posterior restorations. Wave is an extremely low viscosity flowable, Wave MV is a medium viscosity.
Wave, Wave MV contain specially treated nano-fillers to maximize polishability, wear resistance and strength. Ease of extrusion is improved with the addition of these specially treated nano-fillers.
Wave, Wave MV are all visible on x-rays. This allows easy identification of secondary caries at the interface.
Fluoride’s cariostatic effect enhances remineralization and inhibits enamel demineralization. In an aqueous environment, the fluoride ions in Wave, Wave MV diffuse from the resin into the surrounding tooth. This ionic movement is caused by oral fluid passing in and out of the resin and tooth, acting as a carrier for the fluoride ions.
Wave’s, Wave MV’s high compressive strength values expand the suitability for multiple applications.
Wave, Wave MV all have excellent wear profiles due to their high filler loading level:
Wave, Wave MV contain a fluorescent agent that ensures perfectly natural looking teeth under ultraviolet lights. No one will know!
A choice of 2 viscosities
The wide number of viscosities available in the Wave range ensures the clinician has a choice for all different clinical conditions.Wave is an extremely low viscosity flowable, Wave MV is a medium viscosity.
Tip length comparison
Wave’s complet tip length is 12.2mm, 40% longer than the alternative of 8.7mm. Wave’s longer tip length allows more direct placement of the material into difficult to reach areas.
Wave’s UDMA resin system minimizes shrinkage and reduces post operative sensitivity.
Tunnel / air abrasion preparations
Pit and fissure sealants
Minimal Class I,II,III and IV restorations
Radiopaque cavity liners
Cervical abrasion/erosion lesions
Abfraction lesions - implant seals
Incisal abrasions - repair enamel defects
Splint mobile teeth
Attach fibre bridges
Restorations in deciduous teeth
35% wt (52 Vol%) multifunctional methacrylic ester
65% wt (41 Vol%) (0.02 - 10 micron) inorganic filler
COMPOSITION WAVE MV:
40% wt (61 Vol%) multifunctional methacrylic ester
60% wt (39 Vol%) (0.02 - 10 micron) inorganic filler
Compressive Strength - 345 mpa (1hr)
1. Clean and isolate tooth
2. Remove excess water. Preferably keep moist, but a dry surface is ok.
3. Apply Go! to saturate all internal surfaces and leave in place for 20 seconds. Or, apply other bonding agent according to manufacturer’s instructions.
4. Blow firmly with dry, oil free air for 5 seconds. Leave surface glossy.
5. Light cure for 10 seconds.
6. Directly inject Wave in increments of 2mm or less in:
6.1 Class V restorations or
6.2 Tunnel preparations or
6.3 Pit and fissure sealants or
6.4 Minimal Class I, Class II, Class III and Class IV restorations, or other indications as required.
7. Cure Wave for 20 seconds in increments of 2mm.
8. Polish and finish.
Store at cool and dry place
3. Fluoride release
4. Compressive strength
5. Filler loading
6. Natural fluorescence
7. A choice of 3 viscosities