Top Quality Products Made in JAPAN

Tokuyama Dental is an award-winning Japanese manufacturer that is recognized for its quality and reliability. We are 100% committed to Innovating Tomorrow’s Dentistry, Today™. It is our mission to listen to your needs, incorporate your voice into the development of top quality dental products, and ensure our products meet the highest standards of the industry.

A Global Chemical Manufacturer

Tokuyama Dental is a subsidiary of Tokuyama Corporation. With production plants and subsidiaries across the globe and more than 5,800 employees, Tokuyama Corporation is one of the largest and most advanced chemical and silicon manufacturers in the world.

Well-known for its research and development, cutting-edge technology and innovative chemistry, Tokuyama Corporation applies a global network of experience and excellence across all of its product divisions around the world.

Worldwide Distribution

Tokuyama Dental operates in more than 30 countries with over 100 dealers worldwide.


JAPAN HQ Locations in Japan

Tokuyama Dental Corporate Video

Tokuyama is 100% committed to Innovating Tomorrow’s Dentistry, Today. Our spirit is embodied in five values which represent the very essence of Tokuyama, and will always continue to do so.


Innovation is in our DNA. Tokuyama Research and Development is dedicated to creating products that provide more efficient ways to satisfy the needs of Dental Professionals and their patients.


As a Japanese company, we strive for excellence. We are committed to develop the best solutions for the dental industry.


It is our top priority that Tokuyama Dental products consistently perform at or above clinical expectations. We have earned multiple awards and recognitions that validate our fixation on producing the top quality products.

Superior Customer Service and Satisfaction

We treat our customers like family, and as such, we are determined to offer quick and easy solutions for our customers. Providing superior customer service is our primary mission.

Social Responsibility

Tokuyama Dental is committed to Corporate Social Responsibility by contributing to economic development, while improving the quality of life of our workforce and their families, as well as the local community and society at large.


Tokuyama Corporation HQ Tokyo, Japan

Tokuyama Corporation HQ

Tokyo, Japan

Tokuyama Factory Yamaguchi, Japan

Tokuyama Factory

Yamaguchi, Japan

Tsukuba Research Lab Ibaraki, Japan

Tsukuba Research Lab

Ibaraki, Japan


  • 2019

    Launched OMNICHROMA, a revolutionary one-shade universal composite that matches any patient and almost any case.

  • Launch of Estelite Universal Flow, a flowable composite with outstanding strength, available in three viscosities. (November)

  • Introduction of EsteCem II, a highly esthetic dual-cure resin cement, to the U.S. market. (October)

  • 2018

    Introduction of Tokuyama Universal Bond, a self-cured 8th generation universal adhesive, to U.S. market. (May)

  • 2015

    Introduction of Shield Force Plus, a resin-based desensitizer to treat dentinal hypersensitivity and post-op sensitivity.

  • Launched Sofreliner Tough, a soft denture reline material with consistent softness and excellent durability, available in medium and soft types.

  • 2012

    Introduced Estelite Omega, a polychromatic esthetic composite developed by Dr. Newton Fahl Jr. DDS, MS in collaboration with Tokuyama Dental’s Research & Development Team.

  • 2009

    Launched Bond Force, a 7th generation single step self-etch adhesive, available in different convenient delivery types.

  • 2007

    Released Estelite Sigma Quick, an improved version of our Estelite Sigma composite, with 1/3 the curing time and 90 seconds of working time.

  • 2005

    Launched 2nd generation of Estelite Flow Quick, featuring reduced curing time and 90 seconds of working time.

  • 2004

    Introduction of Estelite Sigma, a light-cured universal composite with improved properties and a wider range of shades.

  • 2002

    Launched Tokuyama Rebase II as an improved version of our hard denture reline material, featuring faster curing time and higher polishability.

  • 2001

    Introduction of Bistite II DC, an improved version of Tokuyama Dental’s self-etch adhesive resin cement.

  • 2000

    Released the first flowable composites of the Palfique line.

  • 1999

    Released One Up Bond, a 6th generation type II bonding agent.

  • 1998

    Introduced Bistite, a self-etch, dual-cured adhesive resin cement.

  • 1995

    Released Mac Bond II, the second bonding agent in Tokuyama Dental’s product portfolio.

  • 1993

    Launched Tokuso Ceramic Primer, a primer to improve adhesion between ceramics and resins.

  • Introduced Tokuso Rebase MR. Bond, a primer for bonding self-cured acrylics with non-precious metals.

  • 1991

    Launched the 2nd generation of Palfique, now light-curable.

  • 1989

    Introduced Mac Bond, Tokuyama Dental’s first bonding agent.

  • 1988

    Introduced Tokuso Rebase, a hypoallergenic resin for denture reline and repair with low heat generation.

  • 1983

    Palfique, our first self-cure and self-mix composite, was launched.