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Restaurations composites occluso-proximales postérieures : technique de moulage par injection

Abstract : Since the rise of composite resines in restorative dentistry, posteriors’ teeth occlusal-proximal cavities have been a real challenge. Dr BLACK’s vision based on mechanical retention of dental amalgam has shown to be incompatible with the concept of adhesive dentistry. Therefore, many dental surgeons have tried to come up with new techniques in order to get better longevity results and to increase the sustainability of the restaured tooth within the dental arch. Today, Dr CLARK’s injection molding technique claims to be the technique that uses at its best composite resines and that thanks to new forms of cavities based on modified BLACK’s class II, resolves the problems caused by the former now osbolete concept.
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Inès Choucha. Restaurations composites occluso-proximales postérieures : technique de moulage par injection. Chirurgie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02976123⟩



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