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Functionality, longevity and aesthetics

From fundamental concepts to advanced skills, VOCO's minimally invasive restorative dental materials focus on physical properties, biocompatibility, aesthetics and ease of use.

Based on advances in research and dental material science, GrandioSO is a universal nano-hybrid restorative from VOCO that meets the highest demands for restorations in both anterior and posterior regions. GrandioSO is suitable for Class I to V restorations, reconstruction of traumatically injured anteriors, interlocking and splinting of loosened teeth, correction of shape and shade for improved aesthetic appearance, repairing veneers, core build-up for crowns and the fabrication of composite inlays.

GrandioSO stands out due to its superb toothlike material properties, providing durable and aesthetic restorations and longevity, thanks to a very high filler content (89 w/w%) and low shrinkage (1.61%). An optimal balance of opacity and translucency mirror the natural tooth, using only one shade and is compatible with all conventional bonding agents.

VOCO's pioneering GrandioSO offers optimal handling properties to guarantee first-class long-term results. Due to its smooth consistency, the material is readily packable and possesses excellent sculptability, without the tendency to stick to the instrument. It easily polishes to a high gloss to create a long-lasting, smooth and lustrous surface finish.

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Functionality, longevity and aesthetics. Br Dent J 222, 824 (2017).

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