What dentists are saying

Across the US, SureFil® SDR® flow material is getting noticed.

The dental community is buzzing over SureFil® SDR® flow material's excellent cavity adaptation, ability to be bulk filled and its reduced shrinkage stress. Read these dental testimonials to find out what dentists are saying about why this material may be right for your practice.

I have used APH Composite for over 27 years on anterior pedo composite crowns and posterior restorations. I have also used a two-step process of etch and bond for composite restorations. As a conservative dentist I am slow to change products that work well in my hands and the techniques I used. I previously tried TPH but did not like it; both the color and texture did not feel right.

Today I am a believer and user of Etch and Bond Elect (one-step); TPH; and Surefil Composite. These are great products and are now the primary products I use in my pediatric dental practice. I...

Douglas S. Fry, Sr., D.D.S

Friday, July 17, 2015

SureFil® SDR® flow material is a very user friendly product. It flows into the box of class II preps wonderfully. It's flowable but also has some body so it stays in maxillary restorations. I love the fact that you can fill up to 4mm at once. I would recommend this product to any other dental professional.

Judith Bullock, EFDA

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Dr. Daniel Miller

Monday, May 4, 2015

Dr. Beth Haffner

Monday, May 4, 2015

Dr. Jason Solomon

Monday, May 4, 2015

Dr. Doug Cottingham

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Dr. Alan M Atlas, DMD

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Dentists Review SureFil® SDR® flow

Thursday, December 1, 2011

SureFil® SDR® flow is one of the most versatile and predictable restorative materials I use. Its handling characteristics are excellent. Since using SureFil® SDR® flow material, I have seen a significant decrease in post-operative sensitivity. I would highly recommend this product.

James W. Wolitarsky, DDS

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

I want to share some very promising info with my peers. At the beginning of this year I was introduced to a bond (Prime & Bond) and a new flowable (SureFil® SDR® flow material). I was told I would have no sensitivity after resin placement. I chuckled and said, “If you have samples, I will try it.” The product is unbelievable. My technique has not changed. I always use a dental dam and follow the etching and bonding instructions. I have taken numerous courses from Ron Jackson and continually try to use the most advanced proven materials.

This combination of flowable and...

Dr. Tim Meyer

Tuesday, May 31, 2011