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Fibercone

fibercone

FIBERCONE™ Accessory posts are made from the same material and has all of the same properties and advantages as our D.T. Light-Post™. It was developed as an auxiliary post (not to be placed by itself) with a “master” post-such as the D.T. Light-Post™ or Macro-Lock™ Post, much as if placing gutta percha cones.
Adding auxiliary posts allows much better adaptation in the case of flared and oval canals.

Do not need any additional drilling procedure.

Clinical Case

Mechanical Properties

  • Flexural Strength
    (ISO 14125) 
  • Interlaminate Shear Strength*
    (ISO 14130)
  • Radiopacity**
    (ISO 4049)
  • 1800 MPa

  • 65 -70 MPa

  • 3.4 mm or 340% Al Equivalent

Fiber Cone

Features and Benefits

  • Features

  • Tapered shaft portion
  • Enhanced adaptation in flared canals
  • Minimizes gap formation
  • Many times stronger than composite resins
  • Macro-retentive coronal section
  • High translucency
  • Radiopaque
  • Benefits

  • Dentin conservation and enhanced adaptation
  • Minimizes gap formation, polymerization shrinkage
  • Prevent de-cementation
  • Reinforcement of the restoration inside and outside
  • Excellent core retention
  • Aesthetics and light conductivity
  • Easy diagnostics

Testimonials

"As a fiber post user for many years, I was anxious to test the Fibercone auxilliary posts in my practice and the university laboratory. Used in flared canals along-side the DT Light-Post, my cases and the specimens showed a remarkable, customized adaptation, and a very sturdy core mass. My patients and I will also get the the usual benefits of fiber post technology; aesthetics, mechanical harmony, no corrosion and excellent retention. This is a great adjunctive product for certain cases"
Sandra Costa Zamboni, MS, DDS, Department of Dental Materials and Prosthodontics, São Paulo State University at São José dos Campos, Brazil


"Fibercones can be used in combination with a DT light post in a sort of lateral condensation fiber posts technique: this technique provides a thinner thickness of luting material and also makes stronger the coronal restoration."
Prof. Marco Ferrari, Professor and Chair of Restorative Dentistry and Dental Materials, University of Siena, Italy

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Packaging

Fiber Posts

Fiber Posts

for severely damaged endodontically-treated teeth

Fiber Products

Reinforcement

for periodontal splinting and reinforcement of acryllic and composite prostheses

Resins

Resins

for core build-up, cementation, bonding and splinting