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Clip Flow

Consultants’ Comments

  • “Easy to dispense, flows well and easy to apply.”
  • “Great viscosity. Stays where placed. It is also perfect for building the material up.”
  • “Easy to use as a block-out material. I used it to fill in black triangles between a patient’s teeth before taking an alginate impression.”
  • “Best product for covering screw heads in implant abutments.”
  • “The fact that it is injectable with an intraoral tip is a definite plus.”
  • “I loved this product. The material is easy to apply and remove, including from implant screw heads when needed.”
  • “It was still a little challenging to remove – it came out in pieces.”

Clinical Tips

  • Use a little and cure quickly and add to it, if necessary, to eliminate sagging.
  • Build up slowly to fill in black triangles prior to taking impressions.
  • Great for implant abutment scanning blackout material.
  • I used it to cover the gingiva when applying silver diamine fluoride root caries.

Unique Features

  • Elastic, allowing for removal in one piece.
  • Removal will not affect preparation margins and does not require drilling.

Evaluation Highlights

Clip Flow was evaluated by 27 consultants for a total of 366 times.
  • Easy to dispense and place.
  • Good flowability and adaptability.
  • Elastic when set.
  • Versatile.


Clip Flow is a flowable, light-cured temporary resin composite. It is applied using an intraoral tip, adapts well, cures using a halogen or LED curing light, and provides a saliva-proof seal once cured. This material is elastic after setting and non-adhesive, making it possible to remove it in one piece even when undercuts are present. Clip Flow is available in packs of two syringes (1.8 g each) with 20 tips; intraoral tips are available separately in packs containing of 100.


  • Temporary fillings, inlays and onlays
  • Sealing of openings for implant screws
  • Temporary coronal obturation of root canal orifices
  • Relining the intaglio (inner) surface of temporary crowns and bridges
  • Block out material for retentive areas in the dental arch, e.g., before taking impressions
  • Protective gingival margin coverage
  • Securing resin matrices during restoration placement
  • Temporary filling of abutment apertures