SuperCure® and SuperCure® Q

SuperCure® and SuperCure® Q

Light-Activated Core Buildup Composite
$164.99
In stock

Build a high-strength core faster with SuperCure, light activated composite core buildup material. Inject direct from the SuperCure syringe tip into the tooth. Light activate to a dentin-like hardness for immediate prep. Easier, faster, better.

SuperCure is available in two high performance formulations.

Original SuperCure - with barium borosilicate glass filler cuts like dentin.

SuperCure-Q - is reinforced with quartz glass filler to cut harder than dentin.

Both formulations are packaged in Centrix exclusive direct-to-the-tooth unit-dose tips (.25gm or .50gm) with enough material to meet the needs of most buildups.

Just place a tip of SuperCure light-activated core buildup material in your Centrix syringe and inject. There’s no mixing, no wasteful automix nozzles and no cross-contamination. SuperCure stacks beautifully, without slump, so matrices or coreforms are not required.

  • Original formula of barium borosilicate glass filler cuts like dentin
  • Q-formula is reinforced with quartz glass filler to cut harder than dentin
  • Fast light-activation and high depth of cure: 8.9mm in 40 seconds
  • Disposable, prefilled tips for maximum asepsis
  • Non-slumping formula requires no matrix
  • Prefilled tips eliminate mixing, cleanup and waste
  • Radiopaque

For international pricing or to place an international order, please call +1 (203) 929-5582 or click here and a Centrix sales representative will contact you shortly.

Original SuperCure

Compressive strength
235 Mpa
Diametral tensile strength
50 Mpa
Flexural Strength
87 Mpa
Filler type
Barium Borosilicate Glass
Cure depth, (ADA), 40 seconds
8.9mm

SuperCure Q

Compressive strength
207 Mpa
Diametral tensile strength
87 Mpa
Flexural Strength
104 Mpa
Filler type
Quartz Glass
Cure depth, (ADA), 40 seconds
8.9mm

Does SuperCure require the use of a matrix or core form?

No. SuperCure does not slump and therefore does not require a matrix or core form.

How should SuperCure be applied?

It is recommended that SuperCure be applied in 2mm increments.

Does SuperCure require etching?

Yes. The tooth must be etched prior to using SuperCure.

What bonding agent is needed with SuperCure?

SuperCure is compatible with all light-activated bonding agents on the market.

Can SuperCure be used to cement a post?

It is not recommended that light-activated core buildup materials be used to cement posts.

Can eugenol materials be used AFTER SuperCure is used?

Yes. Eugenol containing material can be used AFTER SuperCure is fully cured.

How does SuperCure cut?

SuperCure cuts similar to dentin and is easily cut with a standard diamond or bur.

What syringe would I use to place SuperCure?

You can use any Centrix C-R Syringe. For ease of use, we recommend the Snap-Fit Syringe.

DO NOT USE IN THE PRESENCE OF EUGENOL!

Do not use on patients with known allergies to Bis-GMA, benzoyl peroxide or other compnents.

1
Isolate the tooth with a rubber dam or cotton rolls.
2
Remove all decay and existing restorative materials, including eugenol cements or sealers.
3
Place an adhesive bonding agent system for dentin that is compatible with light-activated composites. Follow manufacturers' specific instructions for use.
4
Remove cap (or sheath) and insert the SUPERCURE® tip into a Centrix C-R® syringe.Test flow by expressing a small amount of material onto a pad.
5
Inject a 2mm layer of material into the prep, over the surface coated by the bonding agent. Light-activate for 20 seconds, using any halogen, LED or PAC light source.
6
Place a second layer on top, not to exceed a thickness of 6 to 8mm. Light activate for 40 sec.
7
Cut and prep the core, using water-cooled diamonds or burs.
8
Remove used SUPERCURE® tip from syringe and dispose of properly. Sterilize or disinfect syringe gun after use.

SUPERCURE Q

Store away from light! Do not freeze!

DO NOT USE IN THE PRESENCE OF EUGENOL!

Do not use on patients with known allergies to Bis-GMA, benzoyl peroxide or other components.

1
Isolate the tooth with a rubber dam or cotton rolls.
2
Remove all decay and existing restorative materials, including eugenol cements or sealers.
3
Place an adhesive bonding agent system for dentin that is compatible with light-activated composites. Follow manufacturers' specific instructions for use.
4
Remove cap (or sheath) and insert the SUPERCURE® tip into a Centrix C-R® syringe.Test flow by expressing a small amount of material onto a pad.
5
Inject a 2mm layer of material into the prep, over the surface coated by the bonding agent. Light-activate for 20 seconds, using any halogen, LED or PAC light source.
6
Place a second layer on top, not to exceed a thickness of 6 to 8mm. Light activate for 40 sec.
7
Cut and prep the core, using water-cooled diamonds or burs.
8
Remove used SUPERCURE® tip from syringe and dispose of properly. Sterilize or disinfect syringe gun after use.

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