Advances in Dentistry Give Clinicians Lots of Options For Posterior Composites

Author : Dental Product Shopper
Published Date 02/17/2011
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Recent advances in composite core materials offer clinicians a wide array of options when performing posterior composites. Coupled with either a total-etch or self-etch adhesive, composite resin can be bonded to both enamel and dentin with good strength, which permits conservative core preparation. But with all the new products emerging, the waters become murky about how best to proceed. Recent advances in composite core materials offer clinicians a wide array of options when performing posterior composites. Coupled with either a total-etch or self-etch adhesive, composite resin can be bonded to both enamel and dentin with good strength, which permits conservative core preparation. But with all the new products emerging, the waters become murky about how best to proceed.
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