Every month in almost every journal you will find an article on the restoration of the class II lesion. They all describe and demonstrate how to eliminate sensitivity, minimize shrinkage or obtain the ideal flossable tight contact on a small incipient cavity.
We all want to know how to restore the tooth with a large failing restoration with a wide interproximal box or worse a fractured cusp. In the past if the preparation wasn’t ideal the tooth received a crown because it was impossible to create the natural contours and tight contacts to bring it back to normal function. Patients can’t always afford that crown and in many cases a composite restoration is a more conservative procedure.
This program will pull it all together through case studies and show you how to restore a tooth with the difficult wide-open box or missing cusps.
• Understand the difference between restoring a tooth with Amalgam versus Composite.
• Recognize the need to Pre-wedge, wedge and separate teeth.
• Identify when to restore with composite, amalgam or crown.
• Learn how to restore the tooth with a wide open box or missing cusp.
• Save time and money.