The art of efficiency

Streamline the time-consuming incremental layering technique and reduce the treatment time required for posterior restorations by more than half(1) with the 3s PowerCure product system  – whilst achieving the same aesthetics and quality as before.

Would you rather opt for low translucency and aesthetic results or high translucency and high depth of cure? It's no longer a question of either aesthetics or efficiency. The 4-mm composites Tetric PowerFill and Tetric PowerFlow combine the advantages of both properties so you can have both.

When placing direct Class I and II restorations in permanent posterior teeth, 3-second(2) exposures from the occlusal aspect are sufficient for all curing steps in the 3sCure mode.

Light-cure Adhese Universal, Tetric PowerFill and Tetric PowerFlow with a light intensity of 3,000 mW/cm2 using Bluephase PowerCure. You will be sure to notice the time saved!

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(1) Tetric PowerFill and Tetric PowerFlow compared to Tetric EvoCeram and Tetric EvoFlow; data available on request. (2) A 3-second cure with the 3sCure curing mode (3,000 mW/cm2) of Bluephase PowerCure only applies to Class I and II restorations in permanent posterior teeth when light-cured from the occlusal aspect.

Harness the power of a complete product system

3s PowerCure offers a fully coordinated range of products for long-lasting composite restorations in Class I and II cavities in the permanent posterior dentition.

Experience the difference with 3s PowerCure

There is no way around the polymerisation of composite materials. A 3-second cure comes in exceptionally handy here.
Dr Nathaniel Lawson (Assistant Professor and Division Director of Biomaterials UAB School of Dentistry, Birmingham, USA)

Save up to 57% on time for posterior restorations

You can now further increase the efficiency of your dental workflow. Tetric PowerFill and Tetric PowerFlow enable you to place restorations in fewer increments, reducing the need for different composite materials, modelling instruments and curing devices – whilst achieving the same or even better treatment results compared with conventional layering techniques.1

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(1) Tetric PowerFill and Tetric PowerFlow compared to Tetric EvoCeram and Tetric EvoFlow; data available on request.