filled sealant

fill·ed seal·ant

(fild sē'lănt)
Adhesive agent that contains, in addition to Bis-GMA, microparticles of glass, quartz, silica, and other fillers used in composite restorations; fillers make the sealant more resistant to abrasion.
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However, if a filled sealant is placed, the occlusion should be checked with articulating paper and adjusted if necessary.
Second, it can deliver exact dosing volumes, repeatedly and continuously." The pump design can handle an extremely wide range of fluids, including such diverse materials as volatile chemicals, silica filled sealants, wastewater sludge, micro balloon-filled polymers, soldering paste and peanut butter.