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Class 2 Composite Restoration: How to Etch & Bond?

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This Workflow Component is presented by Dr. Stephen Ferrier from the Schulich School of Dentistry at Western University

Dr. Stephen Ferrier is Assistant Professor in the Division of Restorative Dentistry at Western University 

1. Key Concepts
2. Clinical bonding sequence
3. General information about bonding systems

4. Different bonding systems

5. Comparing Different Bonding Systems

 

Figures redrawn from Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry – A Contemporary Approach, Third Edition, Schwartz et. al. Qunitessence Publishing

 

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2 Comments

  1. geoff August 1, 2013

    Very nice, concise discussion, however I didn’t see any reference to primary teeth.

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  2. Larry F August 2, 2013

    Dr. Ferrier’s article on bonding for class two composites is very good. It is the first OASIS article I’ve read seriously. Will there be a follow-up article on “Getting Good Contacts”? And how about “Preventing Post-Op Sensitivity in Posterior Composites? Both would be most welcome. Such articles should be considered fundamental to dentistry and worth reviewing often.

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