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The Role of Veneer Seating in Esthetic Dentistry

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The seating of 2 anterior veneers is highlighted in this step by step video. The bonding process as well as the materials and instruments employed are demonstrated and discussed by Dr. David Garber.

Date Added:
2/20/2008

Author(s):

David Garber, DMD David Garber, DMD
Dr. David Garber has a dual appointment at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, in Augusta Georgia, as Clinic...
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Questions & Comments
Mario Imburgia - (9/26/2012 6:41 AM)

...nice technique...

Galina Mayer - (3/9/2012 11:39 AM)

Great video clip and comments, Dr. Garber. I noticed that you do TWO etchings though? Why not to place shimstock and etch enamel properly (going all the way to interproximal areas without touching the adj. tooth), then ad to exposed dentin areas, and only then rinse and dry? What is the reason for two applications here? Or is your technique different today? Thanks

VERONICA PAREJAS - (3/7/2012 6:36 PM)

great video. thanks

xiaogao chen - (2/29/2012 8:56 AM)

thank you.

lemonia karavas - (5/16/2010 3:26 AM)

great presentation. thanks

David Garber - (4/9/2010 7:30 PM)

[quote=Jared Pitt]Thank you for the video. It is always helpful to see someone else's technique. I'm always nervous to floss after just a short cure that I'm going to dislodge the veneer. Does anyone here recommend clearing the interproximals after a 24 hr. cure?[/quote]

- - you're correct in that this is a potential major problem - - but if you wait 24 hours and the composite is fully set ,removal is not possible with floss and requires more aggressive techniques which in turn may deface the porcelain and are very time consuming - - - - "spot" cuing in the mid- facial with a small diameter light - -then broader general curing with a wider light
as defined as a 2 second "wave" ( See DR Barghi videos ) really works effectively - -[
once you learn the clinical timing and "feel" for the specific light and type of luting agent you're using . .
- - you are trying to get the excess bulk into a gel state deeper while cmore completely curing thin dimensions and surface of the thicker layers of excess . .

Jared Pitt - (4/8/2010 10:58 PM)

Thank you for the video. It is always helpful to see someone else's technique. I'm always nervous to floss after just a short cure that I'm going to dislodge the veneer. Does anyone here recommend clearing the interproximals after a 24 hr. cure?

Sean Peng - (2/8/2010 10:11 PM)

Former video- "Bonding of Ceramic Veneers 2009" by Dr. Nasser Barghi pointed out:
D/E bonding for exposed dentine only--> Do not cure, the film thickness causes imperfect fit.
A&B primer 3-5 coats air thinning then cure.

David Garber - (2/8/2010 9:04 AM)

[quote=Simon Milbauer]dr Garber, good video. Although I was taught and actually practice a bit different approach. Particularly I mean bonding agen application. Does it not make the tooth's surface uneven when you apply it and light cure? You can't see the bond once it's set and it is impossible to obtain ideal surface. Since the veneers are meant to have a perfect fit to the surface it may cause problems with achieving a satisfactory seating
[/quote]

Simon,
this is the concept really put promoted by Magne originally from Peter Scharer's group in Zurich and now also from Belser's in Geneva of "immediate dentin sealing" - - if dentin is partially exposed that area is etched ,and sealed and the light cured under glycerine or an oxygen "guard"- - the enamel areas that may have been inadvertantly covered are then reprpared - - ONLY THEN is an impression made- - so the fit is accurate- - there is also some data that indicates that the bonding to this older layer of bonding agent is still effective . . it is worth reading up on it all as it is very much present on the podium . .

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