Angelus Reforpost Fibre Glass Kit

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  • Parallel shape with grooves: great retention
  • Metal filament: allows radiographic visualization
  • Longitudinal fibers: easy removal
  • For use with Peeso (Largo) drills: easy to adapt
  • High concentration of fibers: great mechanical properties
  • Modulus of elasticity similar to dentin´s: lower risk of root fracture
  • Conical tip: less tissue removal in apical third of root canal
  • Direct use (prefabricated): saves clinical time and decreases lab costs
  • MINI KIT-15 Posts, INTRO KIT -30 Posts



  • Support of restorations and prosthetic
  • Advantage of Serrated Post

    The undercuts increase the retention of the post with the cement.

    Reforpost 1 have a smooth middle part, without undercuts
    Its thinner diameter and, consequently, less fiber, could render Reforpost 1 more fragile.  So its middle part is smooth, thicker and stronger.

    For the cementation of glass fiber posts, self (chemically)-cured only resin cements (Cement Post – Angelus) are the best recommendation


    Use of direct cores with fi ber posts is not indicated for extensive oral rehabilitation in patients with parafunctional habits

    Use of the direct core with fi ber post should only be indicated to teeth with a minimum height of 2 mm of coronal dentin

    Fiber posts should only be cut with water refrigerated high speed diamond burs. Do not use scissors or cutting pliers. Use goggles and a mask to prevent inhalation of particles generated during cutting

    Fiber posts must be completely covered by the cementing agent or the composite resin. Exposed fibers absorb water which deteriorates the mechanical properties of the posts.


    1. Select the pin using the template and the periapical x-ray of the tooth

    2. Remove some of the root canal fi lling with heated instruments to the predetermined depth. The use of drills can cause apical displacement of the gutta-percha. Allow at least 3 to 5 mm of fi lling at the root apex due to the presence of accessory canals, which must remain sealed to prevent bacterial contamination

    3. Prepare the canal with the drill corresponding to the diameter of the selected post


    1. Position the pin to verify its adaptation. Make a mark on the pin 2 to 3 mm from the antaonist tooth – and cut it with a diamond bit at high rotation under cooling. Do not use scissors or pliers, because the maceration of the fi bers changes the mechanical properties of the pin

    2. Clean the post with alcohol and dry it

    3. Apply a layer of silane (SILANO ANGELUS®) and let it dry for 1 minute

     WARNING: It is not necessary to apply the silane on REFORPOST® CARBON FIBER

    4. Apply the ANGELUS® FUSION-DURALINK® CATALYST to the post according to its instructions


    1. Clean the canal with the air-water spray and dry it with air and absorbent paper points

    2. Etch the canal with ANGELUS® 37% PHOSPHORIC ACID for 15 seconds

    3. Wash again the canal and dry it with air and absorbent paper points Apply ANGELUS® FUSION-DURALINK® PRIMER in the canal and wait for 1 minute

    4. Apply ANGELUS® FUSION-DURALINK® CATALYST according to the instructions. The adhesive components must not be mixed before application. They are polymerized chemically without light curing

    5. Spatulate the resinous cement selected* and fi ll the conduit

    6. Put the post in the canal, remove excess of the cement and wait for the polymerization. If the cement is dual, light cure it  Zinc phosphate and glass ionomer cements (conventional and resin-modifi ed) can also be used, but their mechanical properties are inferior to those of the resin cements. Auto-adhesive cements eliminate the needs for the steps of acid conditioning and adhesive application


    1. Do another etching with ANGELUS® 37% PHOSPHORIC ACID and apply an adhesive on the remaining tooth structures and post. Build the crown core with composite resin, or with ANGELUS® REFORCORE®. REFORCORE® is a prefabricated glass fi ber core, for the technique of direct cores


    1. Fill the remaining spaces of the canal with ANGELUS® REFORPIN® accessory posts. The decrease in thickness of the cement and the better retention provided by REFORPIN® reduce the risk of post/core loosening

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