The game-changing chemistry of BulkEZ eliminates the limitations of early generation bulk fill composites

Test MethodBulkEZ
Film Thickness14 microns
Work/Set time (22°C/72°F)90/120s
Work/Set time (37°C/99°F)40/65s
Volume Shrinkage3.8%
Flexural Strength138 MPa
Compressive Strength261 MPa
Diametral Strength50 MPa
Water Sorption12 µg/mm
Water Solubility0.0 µg/mm³
Radiopacity320% Al
  • BulkEZ
  • A competitive Dual-cure composite

Bond Strength (MPa)

Unlike other dual-cure composites, BulkEZ is compatible with all bonding agents.

Bond strengths of BulkEZ and a competitive dual-cure composite on dentine, using a popular total-etch bonding agent. BulkEZ exhibits fully compatible bonding results, while the competition exhibits marginal bonding.

320percent

Radiopacity

With a radiopacity of 320% Al, BulkEZ can easily be seen on a radiograph

138MPa

Flexural Strength

BulkEZ’s flexural strength is among the best in dental composites

90 second set

Setting Time

Time saving especially with deep and multiple fillings

Radiopacity

BulkEZ contains both nano-fillers and highly radiopaque fillers. The material starts as a flowable and once fully cured, will have similar physical properties as traditional light cure composites with a high radiopacity of 320% Al – making it easily visible on a radiograph.

The Right Shrinkage

Illustration of self-cure and light-cure shrinkage behavior.

BulkEZ self-cure: exhibits shrinkage towards the bottom and side walls.
A competitive bulk-fill composite at 7mm depth, with visible voids and gaps at the bottom.

No Gaps or Voids

Why use anything else to risk compromising your restorations?

Bulk-fill composites were filled and cured in composite cavities.

BulkEZ at 7mm depth, with bottoms completely intact.
A competitive bulk-fill composite at 7mm depth, with visible voids and gaps at the bottom.

Best Interproximal Margins

Microleakage results of Class II restorations after 5,000 thermal cycles between 5/50 °C and dye penetration.

BulkEZ: Best interproximal margins, no microleakage along the interproximal margins.
A competitive light curing bulk-fill composite: gaps and microleakage along the interproximal margins.

Microleakage Scores

Best interproximal margin, no microleakage, reduces shrinkage stress and post-op sensitivity.

Competitive Bulk Fill CompositesMicroleakage Scores
Bulk Fill - M2.8 ± 1.3
Bulk Fill - K2.8 ± 1.1
Bulk Fill - D2.8 ± 1.6
BulkEZ0.2 ± 0.4