Composite restorations in anterior teeth: fundamentals and possibilities

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Quintessence Editora, 2005 - Medical - 363 pages
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The latest in a series of exceptional contributions to modern, high-quality operative dentistry by a leader in the field, this lavishly illustrated book presents a practical, step-by-step approach to executing "invisible" composite restorations in anterior teeth. A general overview of different types of direct adhesive anterior restorations and a detailed presentation of several clinical cases are followed by chapters on polymerization, the use of nonmetallic posts with composites, and noncarious lesions. Additional "loose" photographs showing cross sections of natural teeth illustrate the relationship between enamel, dentin, and pulp. Practical, conservative, and instructive, this book is ideal for the general dentist or dental student who wishes to attain esthetic excellence in anterior restorative dentistry CONTENTS Basic Fundamentals and Restorative Protocol for the Use of Composite Resins Clinical Cases Preparation and Restoration of Class III Cavities Preparation and Restoration of Fractured Anterior Teeth (Class IV) Preparation and Restoration of Class V Cavities Tooth Fragment Reattachment Diastema Closure Light-Curing Composite Resins The Use of Nonmetallic Posts with Direct Composites in Fractured Anterior Teeth Noncarious Lesions Final Comments.

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Contents

of Class III Cavities 85
posite Resins 255
iniques for Use 263

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