Complete testing results are available in the OMNICHROMA FLOW Technical Report.
The compressive strength and the flexural strength of OMNICHROMA FLOW are of average or higher levelThe flexural strength (111 MPa) of OMNICHROMA FLOW represents a typical level while its compressive strength (397 MPa) is greater than most flowable composites – ensuring dependable results.s among commercially available flowable resin composites, ensuring dependable results.
Lower Wear and Abrasion
OMNICHROMA FLOW exhibits an excellent balance between volume loss of the composite resin and wear of the human tooth. It is a flowable resin composite that is less likely to abrade opposing teeth while not easily becoming abraded itself.
Compared to many other commercially available flowable resin composites, OMNICHROMA FLOW exhibits low polymerization shrinkage.
In polishability tests, OMNICHROMA FLOW shows to produce extremely high glossiness.
The extent of staining for OMNICHROMA FLOW was relatively low among commercially available resin composites when immersed in coffee for 24 hours at 80°C. Therefore, OMNICHROMA FLOW will resist staining for the life of the restoration.
The radiopacity of OMNICHROMA FLOW is average and sufficient for prognosis observations.