The first Composite Veneering Technique for the successful restoration of tooth necks

The most common causes of Class V defects are bruxism, erosion and abrasion. Treatment of these lesions is necessary as their behavior is progressive otherwise. But experience has shown that defects of the tooth neck can often only be restored insufficiently using the classical methods.

The first composite shells for tooth necks

COMPONEER CLASS V, the first Composite Veneering Technique for the successful restoration of tooth necks, represents a new and innovative solution. The specially treated nano-hybrid Composite tooth neck veneers allow easy and save restoration of defects. COMPONEER CLASS V is based on the successful Direct Composite Veneering System COMPONEER for the restoration of anterior teeth which also uses composite shells.

The new anatomically shaped COMPONEER CLASS V tooth neck shells have a special positioning guide which enables controlled application. Steady pressure applied via the cervical shell improves the wetting between the tooth and the composite. This renders good marginal adaptation to minimize accumulation of plaque, discoloration and secondary caries. The COMPONEER CLASS V cervical shell serves as a cover for the placement of the filling. This gives a better marginal fit. Four shapes and five shades are available to provide efficient working.


Fast and reliable restoration of tooth necks
The combination of material-technical properties and sophisticated application technology leads to a high quality outcome. The extremely thin COMPONEER CLASS V tooth neck shells (from 0.3-0.5 mm) possess exceptional material quality with a homogeneous surface and with porosities. The excellent colour adaptation of the SYNERGY D6 Duo-Shade System and its easy and fast application result in a long-lasting and aesthetic restoration of tooth necks.