“The Modern Art of Composite”: new Ecosite Elements.

05 March 2019

Ecosite Elements

With Ecosite Elements, DMG presents a state-of-the-art composite system. According to the Product Management Director Oliver Racine, 50 years of material experience and countless discussions and workshops with users contributed to the development.

What is required of a composite in today's world? What is important in daily dental practice, what makes work much easier and what is dispensable? These questions were at the center of the development. The result is a composite that can be used to master almost 98% of all typical restorations - especially esthetically challenging cases.

Smart handling
Developed with DMG's NC1 technology ("non-clustering"), the composite is firm or pliant, depending on what the situation requires. During the modeling process, the initial firm consistency quickly becomes noticeably softer. Thanks to this Push-and-Flow effect, the material can be securely adapted to the cavity walls and anatomical details can be precisely designed.

Simple color system
Ecosite Elements consists of three modules for different working techniques and requirements in the practice, and the modules can be ordered individually.
"Pure" offers 5 VITA shades as a dentin or enamel replacement, “Layer" contains 4 enamel shades as an enamel replacement or for layering technique in combination with Pure, the "Highlight" module consists of 4 character shades for individualization and for covering discolorations.

High profitability
"We are aware," says Racine, "that behind every restoration there is a full treatment process that needs to be efficiently supported." The concept behind Ecosite Elements is therefore more than just the material. The practice-oriented module combination with matching shade guides is just as much a part of the system as an easy drawer order system and new, ergonomically optimized dispensers.

More information and the opportunity to get to know the new Ecosite Elements personally here or at the DMG stand at the IDS, Hall 10.1, Stand H40 / J49