Stratification techniques with composite resins have become excessively complex from a clinical point of view, causing great doubts regarding products and work protocols.
The constant launching of composite resins has focused on the use of layers suitable for the reproduction of natural enamel and dentin, which requires a fundamental mastery of the dental form for the correct application.
- Determine a restoration sequence for posterior teeth without color variation;
- Establish tips for sculpture and anatomy, tooth by tooth, in the posterior and anterior areas;
- Determine a restoration sequence for anterior teeth with reduced variations in layers and colors;
- Establish brands and colors necessary for the clinical use of new composite resin systems;
- Systematize the finishing and polishing steps before and after.
Transferring anatomy and stratification details to posterior teeth;
Anatomy and physiology of posterior teeth;
Stratification of new composite resin systems;
Hands-on tooth #16 class I;
Hands-on tooth #17 class II;
Postoperative sensitivity, light curing, adhesives;
Tooth #21 anterior reconstruction;
Hands-on tooth #22 dark stained;
Definition of mirror areas;
Finishing and polishing.
Ph.D. in Restorative Dentistry – UERJ
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