This article describes a chairside technique for fabrication of esthetic interim restorations using prefabricated polycarbonate facings backed with autopolymerizing acrylic resin.
Advances in composite material have led to accelerated developments in curing light technology. An overview of the various curing light systems available on the market is provided.
This case of occlusal dysfunction depicts a comprehensive restorative plan that included disease control treatment, root canal therapy, and orthodontics. A Kois deprogrammer was used to evaluate the p...
State-of-the-union piece discussing the current status of composite resin use in posterior restorations.
The use of a direct composite material known for excellent polishability, polish retention, and wear resistance is described in this case of a fractured central incisor restoration.
A review of adhesion.
The treatment of a traumatically damaged single central incisor poses significant challenges relative to function and esthetics to the restoring clinician. Providing a good long-term prognosis is para...
Case report describing the use of Nuance nanohybrid composite.
This article describes a system of four diagnostic categories that enables the clinician to thoroughly assess the clinical findings and establish a comprehensive diagnosis. An optimal treatment plan c...
The aim of this in-vivo study was to evaluate the 2-year clinical performance of zirconia computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM)-generated bridges.
In this overview article, two cases are presented that illustrate both partial- and full-coverage restorations using lithium-disilicate glass ceramics.
This article provides an overview of provisional materials, including newer bis-acryls that have helped eliminate some of the challenges associated with traditional acrylic materials.
This article will examine currently available materials designed for chairside CAD/CAM restorations and the various outcomes that are possible with this technologically advanced process.
Reviews the uses of zirconia in conjunction with CAD/CAM technology for restorations.
This article reviews developments which have led to composite resins being validated as a multifunctional restorative material.