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Commom questions
What are the indications of Interlig?

  • Periodontal splints.
  • Splinting of traumatized teeth.
  • Fabrication of direct and indirect adhesive temporary prostheses.

How should Interlig be prepared before use?

Interlig is already resin-impregnated and silanated.

What the advantage of the industrial resin impregnation of Interlig?

The pre-impregnated fiber is ten times more resistant than fibers that are not impregnated during their fabrication. For a complete absorption of the resin by the fiber, besides the appropriate volume of resin, a period above 24 hours is required for silane treatment and immersion in resin.

What is the advantage of Interlig glass fiber over the polyesthylene fibers?

Glass fiber is much more resistant (282 MPa) than polyethylene fiber (86 MPa).

How should Interlig be cut?

With any cutting instrument.

What is the length of Interlig?

Each strip of Interlig is 8.5cm long.

Why Interlig is packed in sachets?

Packaging in sachets protects from light and improves storage conditions.

How many clinical cases can be done with one strip of Interlig?

Three cases of periodontal splinting.

Can Interlig be touched manually?

Interlig, unlike polyethylene fibers, is treated by cold gas plasma and it can be touched without alteration of its properties.

Which are the most important precautions when using Interlig?

  • Interlig must be totally covered by the restorative resin because it absorbs water. In case of exposition to humidity, properties will be altered.
  • Interlig is impregnated with light-cured resin and should be protected from light.

How long can Interlig stay in the patient's mouth in a splintcase?

As long as it is covered by the resin, there is no limit for the maintenance of Interlig in the mouth.

How many teeth can a splint with Interlig involve?

There is no limit, as long as tooth mobility and occlusion are considered. In more extensive cases, it is recommended to use two layers of Interlig

In splint cases, is a groove necessary?

A groove is only necessary in final cases. For temporary use, fabrication of grooves on the teeth is not recommended.


Cut, use, reinforce!


Braided glass fiber impregnated with light-cured composite resin.


Splinting in periodontics. Splinting of traumatized teeth. Fabrication of adhesive direct temporary prostheses. Reinforcement of large restorations.

  • Easy to cut
  • Pre-impregnated (ready to use)
  • Glass fiber
  • Malleable fiber
  • Packed in sachets
  • Special scissors are not required
  • Saves time and material
  • High flexural strength
  • Easy to adapt
  • Easy handling; protects fibers from light and heat
  • Ref. 483 - Interlig 3 units with 8.5 cm each



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