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4 Reasons To Invest In High-Quality Composites

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4 Reasons To Invest In High-Quality Composites

Dental composites are materials used in dentistry to restore, repair or enhance the aesthetic of teeth that are affected by decay or damage.

These materials are carefully selected for their durability, strength and compatibility, although some are known to achieve much better results than others.

In this blog post, we’ll explain why opting for high-quality composite materials such as micro-matrix, nano-ceramic or nano-hybrid is advantageous over some of the cheaper options.

Ease Of Use

One of the main reasons you need to invest in a top-quality dental composite is they tend to be easier to use and mould which helps you create authentic-looking results.

While cheaper materials tend to be difficult to manipulate which can result in poor results, these composites offer dentists superior control during placement, sculpting and contouring to provide the precision every self-respecting dentist is striving to achieve.

Away from the aesthetic benefits, the precise results contribute to enhanced comfort for the patient, thus increasing customer satisfaction.


Our teeth are put to use multiple times a day, so it’s difficult to overstate the importance of durability in composites.

When you invest in premium-quality composites, the materials are engineered to withstand the wear and tear of life in the human mouth!

Whether the material is being used for standard fillings or more complex restorative work, it’ll need to provide longevity and sturdiness – otherwise, you’re going to have an angry customer wondering why their new tooth has broken after such a short time!


When it comes to versatility, they don’t come much better than nano-hybrid dental composites. This material combines the strength of hybrid composites with the aesthetic benefits of nanoparticles. This means this material can be used for a broader range of applications, from anterior to posterior restorations. 

If you’re a dental practitioner then the flexibility these composites offer means they can be used in multiple applications, offering a versatility not found in some cheaper alternatives.


Achieving an authentic outcome is paramount for both the dentist and the patient, which is why premium materials for composites are always recommended as they help you achieve realistic results.

For instance, better-quality composites more closely mimic the natural translucency, shade variation and reflective properties of natural teeth. By creating restorations that seamlessly blend with the patient's teeth, this elevates the results of the procedure and increases the chances of a successful treatment.

Composite Application

As well as the materials used to create the composites, you’ll also need to ensure the tools you’re using to apply them are up to the task.

As you’ll no doubt already know, composites are applied using a dental composite syringe, which allows the material to be evenly dispersed onto the tooth structure.

This is then followed by shaping and curing to achieve precise, authentic results that each patient is looking for when they seek their treatment.

We stock a range of composite syringes so if you’re in need of some to stock up with, you’ve come to the right place!

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