Construct™

Restorative Lab Materials

Braided Fiber Reinforcement Ribbon

Construct reinforcing braid is the ideal “building block” for the most demanding restorations. Construct has a patented weave designed for more complete resin wetting, delivering superior strength and toughness. Construct is made from a polyethylene fiber that is cold gas plasma treated and impregnated with silane and resin. It can be handled prior to wetting with Construct Resin, which allows for easier handling. Construct Resin comes in three shades: a neutral and two opaque shade designed to eliminate “shine-through” of the braid. Three braid widths are available to provide greater flexibility to fit each individual case. Intro Kit Includes 1,2,3 mm spools, as well as all three resins and scissors

Videos

Kerr Premise Indirect Intro
This video focuses on introduction to Premise Indirect, the instructor, Master Technician David M. Zielinski, demonstrates comprehensive techniques step by step, giving detailed explanation on each component of the Premise Indirect System.
Kerr Premise Indirect Crown
This video focuses on the full crown restoration, the instructor, Master Technician David M. Zielinski, demonstrates comprehensive techniques step by step, giving detailed explanation on each component of the Premise Indirect System.
Kerr Premise Indirect Veneer
This video focuses on veneer restoration, the instructor, Master Technician David M. Zielinski, demonstrates comprehensive techniques step by step, giving detailed explanation on each component of the Premise Indirect System.
Kerr Premise Indirect Inlay
This video focuses on the Inlay restoration, the instructor, Master Technician David M. Zielinski, demonstrates comprehensive techniques step by step, giving detailed explanation on each component of the Premise Indirect System.
Kerr Premise Indirect Onlay
This video focuses on the onlay restoration, the instructor, Master Technician David M. Zielinski, demonstrates comprehensive techniques step by step, giving detailed explanation on each component of the Premise Indirect System.