Slide CONTACT PRO™ 2 arrow_forward_ios Eliminate class II open contacts. The Original Eliminate class II open contacts.

aboutCP2 Class II composite restorations
made simple, since-1993.
Class II composite restorations made simple, since-1993.
The Contact Pro™ 2 is engineered to produce ideally shaped and positioned inter-proximal contacts, consistently. US Patent# 5318446, #6280187, and other patents pending. Authentic Our patented designs are so effective that many have tried to mimic the Contact Pro™ 2. Imitation instruments have been made using inferior materials and poor light conducting concepts. Our proven design has been unmatched in the industry and is used worldwide by over 100,000 dentists. The Contact Pro™ 2 was selected by the C.R.A. as one of the twenty dental products their “evaluators cannot live without”. (C.R.A. Newsletter July 2004, Volume 28, Issue 7) Advantages
  • It provides consistent results, leaving a perfect class II contact every time.
  • It is the only instrument that allows you to confirm the proximal contact, before curing the composite.
  • It can be used with any matrix band or matrix systems (including sectional or traditional tofflemire types).
  • Its patented lens delivers intense concentrated light into the deepest recesses of the class II preparation. This assures fully cured composite all the way through.
Simple Technique The Contact Pro™ 2 was made with dentists in mind. It's three step procedure makes restorations a breeze. View the design View the design

Slide Ideal Anatomy Optical Efficiency The Contact Pro™ 2 lens and tip design is multi functional. They concentrate, conduct and disperse the blue light into the deepest recesses of the proximal box. This assures fully cured composite on the critical gingival layer. Ergonomics The double ended design allows mesial and distal contacts to be created with ease. Both ends of the instrument are permanently laser marked with directional arrows for visual cues. Both lens apertures are strategically angled for easy light gun access. The black line circling around the tip is a marginal ridge guide. The Contact Pro™ 2 should be positioned with the marginal ridge guide level at the adjacent marginal ridge. This will result in an ideally located contact, at the middle incisal area of the tooth.

Slide Three Step Procedure Using the Contact Pro™ 2 STEP ONE Place an initial increment of composite resin into the proximal box. Condense this layer half way up. (approximately level with the pulpal floor) STEP TWO Press Contact Pro™ 2's appropriate tip into the uncured composite. Push or pull against the matrix, towards the desired contact. (Push for distal, pull for mesial) STEP THREE Place a curing light onto the circular lens. Cure while maintaining firm pressure on the contact. Remove the instrument and fill the depression with flowable composite. Continue adding composite until the restoration is finished. COMPLETE Your class II restoration is now fully cured and intimately bonded to the tooth structure (with minimal polymerization shrinkage).