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2012年のボンディングプロトコル

Description:
Success in bonding restorations is measured not only by the fact that they do not come out but also by how the patient experiences the procedure during and after. Using the appropriate protocol for each situation and material increases your chances of success. This webinar will discuss bonding and desensitization protocols for several generations of materials.

Date Added:
4/11/2012

Author(s):

Gary DeWood, DDS, MS Gary DeWood, DDS, MS
Dr. Gary DeWood, a native of Toledo, Ohio, earned a B.S. in Education at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio and a D.D.S. from Case Western Reserve University ...
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Questions & Comments
Daniel Leon - (5/4/2015 10:41 AM)

excelente presentación, explicado como nunca!!! muy complete, muchas gracias profesor!!!

Tomas Vanek - (10/27/2012 5:02 AM)

I am so pleased, that I can see your lecture. This is the best
about this theme what I have ever heard!
I have a some questiones in my mind:
- what is the ideal thickness of hybrid zone?
- are there a differences between the thickness after total etch / self etch?
- is the wider hybrid zone more long lasting?
- do they exist studies about the degree of degradation the hybrid zone = loss of adhession during the years?

Could you be so kind and give me the responses please?
Once again - thanks a lot!
my email adress:info@tomasvanek.cz

Steven matarazzo - (4/14/2012 11:28 AM)

Hi Gary. We met at Pankey in 80's. Good to see you still very passionate about what you do. Not a surprise at all. thanks Stephen Matarazzo Quincy MA

andrej kovacic - (4/14/2012 1:25 AM)

A "must see" for EVERY dentist to REALLY understand the mechanism of bonding!!! Also some great tips and a great comparism of different generations of bonding systems. ONE OF MY FAVORITE FILMS!

Gerald Rudick - (4/12/2012 6:00 PM)

This was your question: “In 7th generation I Bond.....what happens to the low ph of the material, since it was used as an etchant and not removed....is it neutalized by the curing component?”

BORNA RASHIDISANGSARY - (4/11/2012 9:42 PM)

A comprehensive & helpful review; thank you for the excellent presentation, Dr. DeWood.

omnya alrays - (4/11/2012 8:45 PM)

thank you so much for the excellent presentation :) but i would like to know 1- what do u think of L_pop 3M?? 2- regarding wetting the dentin & the antibacterial properties i use saline is it effiective ?? 3-regarding the e_max cementation i heard that applying citric acid after itching with hydrofloric acid enhance the bonding is it true is it important?? thanks alot>>

Helder da Silva - (4/11/2012 7:52 PM)

Thank you very much to so important issue that all clinics need to know how is the best to way to UNION : Enamel , dentin and bond ( Prime ). All at only unique step. I always use products Kulzer - and - Gluma is really efficent over sensitivity dentin! Very important presentation. Obrigado Professor!

haidy ugalde - (4/11/2012 5:02 PM)

Thank you for excellent presentation!

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