Sinfony

Sinfony™

Sinfony light-and vacuum cured, indirect lab composite has been a successful member of the Arcari metal free restoration team for many years.

Sinfony is a Microhybrid composite, designed to build and layer like porcelain. This allows Arcari’s technicians to apply each shade with the utmost accuracy for consistent esthetics. Sinfony posses inherent advantages in flexibility, impact strength and color stability.

Sinfony indirect lab composite from Arcari is the clear choice for dentists concerned with accuracy, consistency and esthetics results.

* Excellent esthetics/translucency * Superior wear characteristics * Ease of finishing and polishing * Plaque and stain resistant

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Indications

Sinfony™ is indicated for inlays, onlays, veneers and full coverage crowns. When used with fiber reinforcement, Sinfony is also indicated for Maryland bridges, inlay or onlay bridges and full coverage bridges reaching a maximum span of 15 mm.

Contraindications

Sinfony™ should not be used for patients who brux or clench their teeth. Sinfony should not be used for cases that have inadequate reduction or do not meet the preparation requirements. Sinfony should not be used for cases that have a span longer than 15 mm from abutment to abutment.

Preparation

Anterior Crowns require 1 – 1.5 mm lingual reduction with a chamfer margin.

Maryland bridges require 1.5 mm lingual clearance, 2 mm proximal boxes on the abutment teeth and 1 – 1.5 mm rounded shoulder reduction with a supra-gingival margin. Veneers require 1 mm facial reduction with a chamfer margin.

Posterior crowns or full coverage bridges require a reduction of 1 – 1.5 mm width at the gingival floor, 1.5 – 2 mm isthmus width and 1.5 mm depth. Inlay bridges require a butt joint margin and 1-1.5mm width at the gingival floor, 1.5 – 2 mm isthmus width, and 1.5 mm depth.

Cementation

All Sinfony™ restorations should be cemented using Silane and a dual-cure resin cement that matches the shade of the restoration. * Variolink II Dual-Cement * Nexus

Tech Notes

  • Flexural strength 105MPa
  • Compressive strength 400MPa
  • Impact strength 7.5mj/mm2
  • Water absorption 19μg/mm3 (60 days)
  • Flexural modulus 4.8 GPa

Codes

  • D2710 — Resin based composite (indirect)