Angelus Interlig (Fiber Splint) (4832)
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The solution to immediate prostheses and splitting in Periodontics
Braided glass fiber impregnated with light-cured composite resin
- Splinting in periodontics.
- Splinting of traumatized teeth.
- Fabrication of adhesive direct temporary prostheses.
- Reinforcement of large restorations.
- Pre-impregnated (ready to use): Saves time and material
- Glass fiber: High flexural strength
- Easy to cut: Special scissors are not required
- Malleable fiber: Easy to adapt
- Packed in sachets: Easy handling; protects fibers from light and heat
Direction to Use
- TECHNIQUE FOR USE
- PERIODONTAL SPLINT
- Isolate with rubber dam (ideally) and place wedges interproximally to help controlling the flow of resin in these areas;
- With a pencil, delineate the area for cutting a groove;
L Cutting a groove is an optional procedure which depends on the clinical situation.
- Make a 0.8 mm deep x 2.0 mm wide groove;
Etch with 37% phosphoric acid for 30 seconds; wash and dry (areas of exposed dentin should not be desiccated);
- Apply the adhesive FUSION-DURALINK® system (same procedures used for direct composite resin restorations);
- Light-cure all segments of the splint site for 20 seconds each;
- Fill half of the groove with a hybrid or microhybrid composite resin (microfil resins should not be used in splinting);
- Cut a section of INTERLIG® slightly shorter than the length of the groove; position INTERLIG® in the groove and press it
towards the composite resin;
- Gently pressing, light-cure each segment of the splint for 20 seconds; curing of non-pressed areas should be avoided
by covering them with an aluminum foil;
- Apply a second layer of composite resin to cover the groove totally; the resin must also be placed slightly beyond the
limits of the groove;
- Light-cure each segment for 40 seconds;
- Remove the excess of resin, check the occlusion, and adjust it if necessary; proceed with finishing and polishing;
- Apply a final layer of fluid resin (adhesive) to fill any irregularity or superficial bubbles and voids; light-cure all segments
for 20 seconds each;
- Final result
- Interlig must be totally covered by the restorative resin because it
absorbs water. In case of exposition to humidity, properties will be
Interlig is impregnated with light-cured resin and should be protected
- Glass fibers (weight) - 60 ± 5%.
- Impregnated resin (weight) 40 ± 5%: Bis-GMA, diurethane, barium glass,
- silicon dioxide, catalysts.
3 units with 8.5 cm each