Bulk fill procedures to date have been using materials that do not have good wear characteristics, so we know they won't hold up for many years. Our search has brought us to this procedure. We know we can cure Exquisite (as completely as possible) up to 4 mm's thickness, and we only need 3 seconds with our light on "plasma mode". For depths greater than 4 mm's, a second layer will be needed to insure complete cure. I've shown that already using Injectafil as a base and layering Exquisite for the occlusal surface. In this technique today I'm filling the bonded preparation with one layer of Exquisite and curing it for 3 seconds. Here's the procedure:
So once the prep is complete this is a 4 step procedure. First to bond with Surpass 1,2,3 and Titan Flowable. Add 3 seconds of light. Second fill the prep with Exquisite and shape it with Seamfree. Add 3 more seconds of light. Third adjust the occlusion. Forth seal the prep and add the last 3 seconds of light. Total time spend curing is 9 seconds (that's for all you guys counting to 20). Total procedure time less than 10 minutes. Final result is an excellent restoration that will stand up to wear for many many years. Hope this helps.