PF Seal (Light Curing Pit & Fissure Sealant)



PF Seal is designed to provide superior protection against occlusal decay. This micro filled material offers the perfect combination of flow, opacity, and wear resistance. This product is available in two shades. White opaque which is good for detection and Clear Translucent which allows dental practitioner to see underneath.


  • Sealing/Filling of the pit and fissure
  • Filling of the small caries
  • Filling of the deciduous teeth

Product Benefits

  • New resin formula for strong & long lasting sealant
  • Contains Amorphous Calcium Phospate (ACP)
  • Convenient flow through tips


Urethane Dimethacrylate, Triethylene Glycol Dimethacrylate, Silanated Barium Glass Powder, Amorphous Fumed Silica, Curing Agents and Stabilizer.

Indications for Use

Fissures should be sealed as early as possible, as soon as the eruption of the tooth allows treatment and moisture control is possible. After isolating the operating site, thoroughly clean the surfaces to be sealed (rotating brush/cleaning paste free of fluorides), spray and dry. In case of incipient carious lesions or unclear diagnosis, extend the fissure with a fine instrument, if necessary.

Etching: Apply Actino 37% etching gel (or liquid) (blue colour for control), work in with a short-haired disposable brush and let it act for 15 - 30 sec according to the condition of the enamel. Thoroughly spray and dry. The etched enamel should have an opaque and matte-white appearance.

Application: Remove the protective cap from the syringe. Screw a new cannula onto the PF Seal syringe. PF Seal flows homogeneously from the cannula upon medium pressure and thus is very easy to dispense accurately. Apply PF Seal from the margin into the fissure or cavity and allow it to penetrate for 15 ‰ۡÌÝÌÕ 20sec. Remove any air bubbles with the fine cannula.

Light-curing: Polymerize PF Seal for 40 sec per surface and check the sealing. Conventional polymerization devices are suitable for light curing this material. The light output should be at least 500mW/cm2 on halogen polymerization devices and 300 mW/cm2 on LED devices. Re-seal undercuts, remove excess cautiously (e.g., finishing diamond), polish if necessary (rubber polisher). Then apply a fluoride varnish on the treated and neighbouring teeth.

Trial Pack
1x2g Syringe + 5 Applicator Tips

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