Self-Etching, Self-Adhesive Flowable Composite.
By combining etching, bonding and filling into a single step, Constic simplifies procedures and eliminates potential sources of mistakes. From Class I restorations and under-fillings to pit and fissure sealing, you can do more with less with Constic!
- Self-etching and self-adhesive
- Faster, easier and more efficient treatment process
- Radiopacity and tooth-like fluorescence
- Prevents postoperative sensitivities
- Minimizes potential sources of mistakes
- High bond strength
- Low elastic modulus
Curion is proud to be an authorized distributor of DMG products in Canada. This product is backed by the manufacturer's warranty.
|Constic is applied to the cavities/fissures
using the Luer-Lock-Tip.
|Constic is massaged into the entire tooth
surface for 25 seconds using the included brush.
|Available in 4 colors: A1, A2, A3, and
Self-adhesion: sophisticated science, simple handling.
Reliable adhesion without other materials: No easy task for a composite. Typically, this requires special bonding molecules, like those in Constic. Based on successful bonding systems, molecules were developed that can etch enamel and dentin, bond with them like a glass ionomer, and also co-polymerize with the composite. In order to make bonding easier for the molecules, it helps to massage in Constic thoroughly. The self-neutralizing acid groups then react with the moist enamel and dentin, forming a durable tooth-like chemical bond.
Secure bonding, scientifically proven.
The shear bond strengths measured in a study by C. A. Munoz-Viveros at the State University of New York at Buffalo* demonstrate great results for Constic on enamel and dentin. The bond strength values for Constic exceed those of the other self-etching, self-adhesive flowable composites tested in the study.
Unlike other self-adhesive composites in the marketplace, Constic produces a robust bond strength that is virtually indistinguishable on enamel and dentin alike. It’s the one composite for all your procedures.
Simple application, great impact.
By combining etching, bonding and filling into a single step, Constic simplifies procedures and eliminates potential sources of mistakes. Not only that, but the proprietary formulation reduces post-operative sensitivities. And with DMG’s unique cone shaped brushes, you can access even the deepest fissures with the utmost confidence and consistency.
*Source: Munoz-Viveros CA (2012); Data on file, DMG, Hamburg, Germany
Experience DMG‘s self-etching, self-adhesive flowable composite: Constic. The new 3-in-1 flowable combines an etching gel, bonding agent and flowable composite in one single product. By reducing the number of steps, you can enjoy a faster, easier procedure.
In short: Constic is faster, easier and safer. Stop making your procedures more complicated than they need to be and start making the most of your time with Constic. From class I restorations and under-fillings to pit and fissure sealing, you can do more with less with Constic!
Main Indications for Constic:
- Small restorations of class I and class III
- Restorations of class V
- Cavity liner for class I and class II
- Fissure sealing
- Extended fissure sealing
- Repairs of composite restorations
- Modifications to temporaries and long-term temporaries
- Blocking out and filling of undercuts in cavities
- Small occlusal primary tooth cavities
Constic by DMG. Do more with less.
Frequently Asked Questions
Constic has a shelf life of 17 months
The gauge of the Luer-lock tip is 19.
No, Constic does not need to be refrigerated or stored in a cool place.
No. Constic does not contain gluten.
Constic is light cured.
Light curing units should have an output of 450nm. The light intensity should be at least 400mW/cm2
You cure Constic for 20 seconds.
Materials containing eugenol, moisture and oily air may inhibit polymerization. Avoid materials containing eugenol, moisture and air containing oil.