Mosaic universal composite’s consistency is ideally suited for efficiently adapting both anterior and posterior restorations. Once the anatomy of the tooth is formed, the material retains its shape and does not slump.
Mosaic composite was designed with a balance of fillers and resins to create optimized strength, flexibility, and toughness for both anterior and posterior restorations.
The working time for Mosaic composite is between 3:30 and 7:30 depending on the power of the light.
Mosaic composite offers 20 shade options to produce predictable, natural results. The slightly translucent dentin shades provide a chameleon effect which enables only a single shade to be used in smaller restorations. The enamel shades give variable opacity to allow the use of a single enamel shade to be used on smaller chips or defects of anterior teeth.
Mosaic composite provides wear resistance on par with the natural wear of enamel to create a resistant restoration while not being overly abrasive to opposing dentition.
The proprietary dispersion of the nanofillers in Mosaic composite allows for a high polish and long-term gloss retention without sacrificing mechanical properties suited for high stress-bearing restorations. This allows the worn surfaces to produce smaller defects and provide better gloss retention after being subject to abrasion.
The radiopacity of Mosaic composite is the equivalent of or greater than 2 mm of aluminum in both dentin and enamel shades and can be easily detected on a radiograph.
Mosaic universal composite has two dispensing options: a 4 g syringe or a .2 g unit dose compule. A unique and novel KleenSleeve™ protects composite from picking up contamination from the black outer syringe barrel.
The syringe features a unique, innovative design with a smooth contoured handle and barrel to allow for easy cleaning while still being easy to grip and identify.