Titan Instructions: General Instructions

General Instructions

Titan is a light-cured composite with flow characteristics that make it ideal for use as a liner in Class I and II restorations, pit and fissure sealants, porcelain repair,  repair of marginal defects, small core build-ups, buccal repair, porcelain veneer cementation and bonding splints. Other uses for Titan are Class V restorations as well as Class III and small Class IV’s.

Titan is flowable; however it has been designed to not slump, which provides better control in hard-to-access areas. Using the tips provided, Titan is easily injected directly into the cavity preparation. The material can be shaped with the provided dispensing tips.

  • Optimal Handling
  • Unsurpassed Strength and Toughness
  • High Level of Radiopacity
  • Ideal Aesthetics

Principle Uses of Titan

  • Cavity Liner
  • Pit and Fissure Sealant
  • Porcelain Repair
  • Margin Repair
  • Small Core Build-ups
  • Buccal Repair
  • Porcelain veneer Cementation
  • Bonding splints
  • Class III
  • Class V
  • Small Class IV’s