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Indirect Composite Posterior Restorations: Conservative and Predictable Approach for Vital and Not-Vital Teeth

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This lecture aims to point out the relevant guidelines in indirect techniques for esthetic restorations using composite resins in order to reach a correct and standardized final clinical result when restoring both vital and not-vital posterior teeth.

Date Added:
6/27/2018

Author(s):

Prof. Francesco M. Mangani, MD, DDS Prof. Francesco M. Mangani, MD, DDS
Prof. Francesco M. Mangani MD, DDS

-Graduate in Medicine and General Surgery
-Post Graduate Certificate in Odontostomatology
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Questions & Comments
Shmuli Wenig - (4/2/2019 1:02 AM)

Great lecture! How do you temporize your preparations if you don't have a milling machine (such as cerec) in your office?

Shirwa Hassan - (7/3/2018 1:24 PM)

Wonderful lecture. Please discuss temporization of prep. What material are you using, and how are you placing your temps? Thank you

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