Adaption is the key to long term success


Studies indicate that marginal gaps can lead to the development of wall lesions and can result in secondary caries1, ultimately putting restoration longevity at risk.

  • Voids and gaps between restoration and cavity walls directly influence secondary caries formation1
  • Improper adaption of composite during placement leads to the formation of voids2


1. Kuper NK, Opdam NJ, Ruben JL, De Soet JJ, Cenci MS,Bronkhorst EM, el al. Gap size and wall leison development to composite. J Dent Res 2014;93, 108S
2. Nedeljkovic et al. Is secondary caries with composites a material-based problem? Dent Mater 21 (2 0 1 5), e247-e277

Excellent marginal integrity

SDR flow+ easily adapts to the cavity, flowing deeply into nooks and crannies. That way, SDR flow+ provides excellent cavity adaptation and marginal integrity to help protect the most vulnerable interface.


These SEM images show typical cross-sections of cavity preparations of extracted teeth. The image on the left is a conventional universal composite showing gaps with the adhesive layer. SDR flow+ on the right precisely adapts and leaves no gaps.

Efficiency is the key to productivity


  • Bulk fill for up to 40% time savings over classic layering technique
  • Use without an additional liner 
  • Self-levels and does not require additional manipulation to adapt 

Discover a more efficient Class II procedure


  • Eliminate incremental placement with an easy placement technique and self-leveling handling
  • Chemically compatible with methacrylate-based bonding agents and composites
  • Radiopaque material that exceeds the radiopacity of enamel
  • Quick 20-second cure time*


*For universal shade