|By Business Wire||
|June 16, 2014 12:56 PM EDT||
Kerr Corporation, a leading manufacturer of innovative dental materials and technology, has announced the launch of Herculite Ultra Flow, a new nanohybrid flowable composite and the newest member of the award-winning Herculite Ultra family.
Herculite Ultra Flow features Smart Placement technology, which enables it to flow easily when used as a base or liner while maintaining its shape when used in small restorations. Other highlights of the new flowable composite include outstanding flexural strength, minimal shrinkage, easy polishability, excellent gloss retention, low wear and more than 300% radiopacity. Further, Herculite Ultra Flow comes in 12 shades for optimal clinician convenience.
“Herculite Ultra has become one of our most popular products and a go-to composite restorative for many of the dentists we work with, so it made sense that we develop and make available a complimentary flowable that provides dentists with maximum flexibility,” said Alistair Simpson, Kerr’s Vice President of Global Marketing. “We’re very excited to be able to provide yet another product that can genuinely deliver convenience, efficiency, aesthetic benefits and reliability to our dental customers.”
Simpson added that the product is now ready for distribution, is currently shipping to customers, and that each refill package of Herculite Ultra Flow comes equipped with two syringes, 20 syringe tips and an illustrated technique guide.
Kerr Corporation manufactures, markets and sells premier dental consumables to dental professionals worldwide. www.kerrdental.com/herculiteultraflow
Kerr, Herculite are trademarks of Kerr Corporation.
Media: Interviews, illustrations and demos are available upon request. Please contact Paul Williams at 949/916-6880 or via [email protected].
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