Dentapreg provides a minimally invasive, highly aesthetic and cost-effective alternative to implants and traditional dental bridges. It can be used in just about every clinical situation where a fixed dental prosthesis is needed.
Using Dentapreg’s highly adhesive, versatile strips makes fixed prosthodontics a lot more straightforward, whether you’re making anterior or posterior bridges. Ease of use is the key – you don't need any specialized instruments or equipment as the strips are compatible with all light-curing composites – and as Dentapreg is hypoallergenic, it’s suitable in all those situations when metal is contraindicated (e.g. patients allergic to metal). An ideal alternative to ceramic bridges or implants, Dentapreg offers a quick and minimally invasive alternative for your prosthetic restorations, helping you fabricate adhesive bridges made from high performance fiber-reinforced composite.
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Dentapreg fiber reinforcement strips let you create adhesive anterior bridges rapidly, and come in very handy for emergency tooth replacements when time is of the essence.
Dentapreg is all about minimally invasive tooth retention and is an ideal dental flipper alternative during the healing period for an implant or for young patients with missing teeth. The enhanced strength and versatility of the materials lets you use wing retention (the ‘Maryland Bridge’ as well as other types of resin retained bridge) or other types of retention (inlay, onlay, box and crown preparation). Dentapreg also sets you up perfectly to create pontics out of composite build-up material, to use a pre-made denture tooth, or the original tooth with the root cut out.
Find out how easy Dentapreg makes it to replace a missing anterior tooth with this video tutorial. Choose Dentrapreg BRAID to exquisitely bridge all kinds of unsightly dental gaps – full product details available here.
Dentapreg bridges make light work of the often complex business of tooth replacement in the posterior area. Using the enhanced strength of Dentrapreg BUNDLE, you’re ready to create a strong, reliable and minimally invasive solution which is a lot less impactful on the abutment teeth than a conventional ceramic bridge. Dentapreg posterior bridges can be made with several different types of retention (inlay, onlay, slot, partial crown preparation, and wing retention – the ‘Maryland Bridge’) and pontics. You can make a pontic out of composite build-up material and use a pre-made denture tooth or even the naturall tooth with the root cut out.
Get introduced to the Dentapreg Posterior Bridge in this tutorial and find out about all of Dentapreg BUNDLE’s strengths here.