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The Use of Composites to Restore Anterior Teeth to Esthetics and Function


Price: $60.00
Order Number: 175.0125
Format : DVD
Clinician: James R. Dunn, D.D.S.
Viewing Time: 2:56; 6 Hrs. Credit
©1997 Chicago Dental Society
Series #175

Direct placement composite resin materials are the most conservative esthetic restorations for anterior teeth. Besides Class III, Class IV, and Class V restorations, incisal lengthening, diastema, and facial veneering can also be restored with composites. The esthetics, shade, translucency, and anatomy is completely controlled by the dentist.

The use of composites to restore anterior teeth to both esthetics and function is demonstrated on a patient. Case selection, preparation design, bonding systems, material selection, anatomical placement, and finishing is shown. The use of multiple types, shades, and translucencies of composites is emphasized to restore the tooth to a natural shade and form.

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