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By Gregg Helvey, DDS, CDT
Commercial Supporter: Kulzer
“One-shade” systems—also known as “smart-matching” composite systems—have recently been developed that simplify the shade selection process by means of innovative coloration technologies that match the shade of the composite to that of the natural tooth. This article explores the features of these one-syringe systems and discusses their coloration technologies and composition, as well as the bonding agents used with smart-matching composites.
About the Author
Gregg Helvey, DDS, CDT
Private Practice, Middleburg, Virginia
Adjunct Associate Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry, Richmond, Virginia