The most innovative technopolymer for dental prosthesis

Trilor, developed by Bioloren, is a new technopolymer consisting of thermo-hardening resin and a multi-directional reinforcement of fiberglass. The FRC composites (Fiber-Reinforced- Composites) are the materials used in aeronautics and many other fields where high strength and low weight are essential needs. Tests for fatigue and resistance to fracture were performed at the University of Siena and Polytechnic of Valencia (Spain).

The woven fiber structure reproduces that of the fabric, in a multi-directional configuration, to offer the best performance in terms of the distribution of loads and tensions of the structure itself.

The matrix/fiber interface is the most critical point of composite structures. Thanks to an extremely precise and reliable industrial production method, Trilor offers a level of adhesion between the fibers and the resinous matrix that greatly amplifies the technological characteristics of the material.

Can be worked 1:1 Material stability
Maintains its size No synthesizing – No fusion
Free from bimetalism Free from metal and zirconia
No corrosion and oxidation Chemically stable
Compatible coating It binds with aesthetic materials
White ivory, camouflage material Aesthetic
Durable permanent
Weighs 3-5 times less than metal and zirconia Light
Made with a technology that minimizes fluid absorption Reduced color variation
Requires only one session Saves a remarkable amount of time
Traction Resistance 380 Mpa
“Resistance to Bending 540 Mpa
Stretching in Traction 2%
Elasticity module 26 Gpa
Tension Module 26 Gpa
Compression Resistance (Perpendicular) 530 Mpa
Impact resistance (Charpy Test) 300 KJ/cm2
Rockwell Durability (Scale R) 111HRR
Barcol Hardness 70
Shore D hardness. 90
Density 1,8 g/cm³
“Resistance to Fatigue Trilor® after 1,200,000 cycles is stable
Testing of Genotoxicity, Cancerogenicity and Reproductive Toxicity ISO 10993-3 and cert. Japanese Negative
Cytotoxicity test ISO 10993-11:2006 Negative
Acute and systemic toxicity ISO 10993-10:2010 Negative
Delayed hypersensitivity test ISO 10993-10:2010 Negative
Irritation ISO 10993-10:2010 Negative
Liquid absorption test 0.8 μg/m³ ISO 10477-2009
Solubility test – INSOLUBLE – 0.1 mg/m³
37-degree chromatic stability for 48 hours in saline solution (artificial saliva) Internal bioloren® test

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Publications & Clinical Cases

Effect of Fabrication Technique and Thermal Cycling on the Bond Strength of CAD/CAM Milled Custom Fit Anatomical Post and Cores: An In Vitro Study.

PURPOSE: This study is to investigate the effect of milling custom fit anatomical post and cores from fiber reinforced... read more

Influence of Adaptation and Adhesion on the Retention of Computer-aided Design/Computer-aided Manufacturing Glass Fiber Posts to Root Canal.

AIM: The study aimed to assess the effect of friction and adhesion on the pushout bond strength of CAD/CAM... read more

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