Maximized Adhesive Dentistry for Creating Predictable, Comfortable, Durable Solutions
Bruce Leblanc, DDS
December 18, 2019
Adhesive composite bonding works well as an alternative to a variety of procedures.
Adhesive performance is only as good as the weakest link in the chain.
Total-etch technique creates an optimal perimeter seal to resist microleakage
Although some practitioners believe that adhesive composite bonding will last only a few years and that a crown will be inevitable, the author of this eBook contends that in his practice experience, if a tooth is sealed properly, it can last for many years. With the Maximized Adhesive Dentistry™ (MAD) protocol, composites continue to be in a highly functional condition after 30 years in service.
In this eBook, Bruce Leblanc, DDS, demonstrates this protocol through 5 cases. These techniques can result in successful, minimally invasive procedures that move smoothly and quickly, providing new options to share with patients.