Fibreglass properties


Materials with glass content are perceived as a standard in today's dentistry. Due to the wide range of options that they offer, they can be used in various areas of dentistry: prosthetics, periodontal disease classification, surgery or orthodontics.

In general, the main advantage of these materials is that they increase the extension of restorations. The embedding of the glass coating in the composite resin includes material obtained with very desirable dental properties: large volume and flexibility similar to the natural tissue of teeth.

The materials in which this technology is used are aesthetic, the composites are "metal-free", discrete and the composite resin present in them makes it combine with adhesive composite cements perfectly.

In dentistry, we use glass-fiber crown-root inlays - dual composite materials to reconstruct teeth and splints.


see also: Tooth restoration on fibreglass Fibreglass bridges Loose teeth splinting