Direct Composite Restorations For Today’s Dental Practice
With these new products, a dentist could adhesively bond these materials to tooth structure; build them in layers so that color could be varied and blended; cure them on command with a light-curing unit; and shape and polish them with rotary instruments.The final results are in the hands of the clinician and, while some operators have more artistic ability than others, it is an art that can be learned.
  • Advantages of Direct Composite
  • Material Considerations
  • Case Study #1
  • Case Study #2