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Apport de la méthode « d’injection Molded technique» dans les restaurations directes proximales

Abstract : The "Molded injection" technique, is a method described by Dr David Clark in 2010, which allows, thanks to preformed and anatomical transparent matrices (Bioclear®), to restore, by injection of a defined balance of fluid and conventional injected composites proximal cavities by direct technique. This method differs considerably from conventional techniques of direct restorations of increments and layers, which is defined fundamentally by a monolithic injection of composite via a molding formed by the matrix system and the various artifices necessary for this forging.
This method is subject to recommendations, and has advantages and disadvantages, which will be detailed in this thesis.
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Vincent Andrietti. Apport de la méthode « d’injection Molded technique» dans les restaurations directes proximales. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03275972⟩

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