everStick

Case Design and Instructions

For technique, case design, and different applications, please view the eFiber page.

The handling and application of everStick and eFiber are the same.

everStick Products

everStick C&B – 2 x 12 cm

everstick pre–impregnated glass fiber for all polymer crown and bridge prosthodontics.

C&B contains 4000 individual glass fibers, for an effective diameter of 1.6 mm. There are two 12 centimeter bundles in the package. This is enough for four to six individual treatments.

One can use all resins with everstick, but not primers containing adhesives. The “two bottle“ systems are advisable while one achieves a better bonding with these.

everStick Perio – 2 x 12 cm

everstick Perio is an ideal product for all types of splinting and orthodontics such as :

  • lingual/palatal splinting
  • labial splinting
  • occlusal splinting
  • post trauma labial splinting
  • it can also be used as a combined periodontal splint and surface-retained bridge

Perio contains 2000 individual glass fibers, for an effective diameter of 1.2 mm. The package contains 2 x 12 centimeters

everStick Intro Kit

  • 1 x 5cm C&B
  • 1 x 5cm Perio

The everstick Intro includes 5 cm of both the C&B and the PERIO, one silicon tool and user instructions. Both C&B and PERIO can be used either individually or together as a combination in the same clinical case.

PERIO contains 2000 individual glass fibers, for an effective diameter of 1.2 mm.

C&B contains 4000 individual glass fibers, foran effective diameter of 1.6 mm.

everStick Academic Dissertations

Tezvergil-Mutluay A. Dental fibre-reinforced composite resin in direct chair-side applications: Studies on thermal expansion, polymerization shrinkage and bonding characteristics in relation to fibre orientation. Academic Dissertation. University of Turku, ser. D-Tom. 734. Turku 2006, Finland

Garoushi S.K. Bilayered dental composite resin: Load bearing capacity of combinations of fibre-reinforced and particulate-filler composite. Academic Dissertation. University of Turku, ser. D-Tom. 721. Turku 2006, FINLAND.

Fennis W.M.M. & Kujis R.H. Adhesive restorations replacing cusps: An epideminologica, experimental and clinical study. Academic Dissertation. Radboud University Nijmegen. ISBN: 90-9019218-2. Nijmegen 2005. the NETHERLANDS.

Scütt A. Étude des mécanismes impliqúes dans la dégradation des composites renforcésa l’aide de fibres de verre. Thèse. Universitete de Geneve. Thèse No 638. Geneve 2005, SWITZERLAND. http://www.unige.ch/cyberdocuments/theses2005/schuettA/these.pdf

Dyer S.R. Fiber-reinforced composite fixed partial denture design: Mechanical properties of the composite and load bearing capacity. Academic Dissertation. University of Turku, ser. D -Tom. 651. Turku 2005, FINLAND.

Terzvergil A. Farkli yönlede ve yadidami cam fiber ile cüqlendirilen kompozit materyallerin mine ve dentin baglantilarinn degerlendirimesi. Academic Dissertation. University of Gazi, Ankara 2004, Turkey.

Puska M. Acrylic bone cement; a study on the modification of polymethacrylate-based bone cement by porogen fillers, reinforcing glass fibres and semi-interpenetrating network structure. Academic Dissertation. University of Turku, ser. D -Tom. 640. Turku 2004, FINLAND.

Narva K. Fiber-reinforced denture base polymer; clinical performance and mechanical properties. Academic Dissertation. University of Turku, ser. D -Tom. 630. Turku 2004, FINLAND.

Heikkinen V. Studies on polymer matrices of dental fiber-reinforced composites; release of residual methacrylate, water sorption and solubility. Academic Dissertation. University of Turku, ser. D -Tom. 573. Turku 2003, FINLAND.

Özcan M. Adhesion of resin composites to biomaterials in dentistry: an evaluation of surface conditioning methods. Academic Dissertation, University of Groningen, ISBN 90-367-194-9, Groningen 2003, the NETHERLANDS.

Tanner J. Adhesion of oral microbes to dental fiber reinforced composites. With emphasis on Streptococcus mutans and Candida albicans. Academic Dissertation. University of Turku, ser. D -Tom. 568. Turku 2003, FINLAND.