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importance to remove biofilm before doing teeth restoration

On an average clinical day, it can be easy to start a procedure without following the proper steps. First, getting good documentation, and second, making sure the patient sees the value in the procedure, hence getting enough documentation for a third party involved. In some locations, the third party-payers will request some sort of extra... On an average clinical day, it can be easy to start a procedure without following the proper steps. First, getting good documentation, and second, making sure the patient sees the value in the procedure, hence getting enough documentation for a third party involved. In some locations, the third party-payers will request some sort of extra...

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How to create the ideal Class II Resin restoration with the Bioclear Method.

Few clinicians of my vintage (Class of 1986 UW School of Dentistry) would have ever believed that composite could rival the form, function, and longevity of a cast gold restoration. Today with updated preparations, injection molding of a quality heated bulk composite (Filtek One Bulkfill, 3M), and the new Evolve Bioclear posterior matrix, it is time... Few clinicians of my vintage (Class of 1986 UW School of Dentistry) would have ever believed that composite could rival the form, function, and longevity of a cast gold restoration. Today with updated preparations, injection molding of a quality heated bulk composite (Filtek One Bulkfill, 3M), and the new Evolve Bioclear posterior matrix, it is time...

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Minimally invasive endodontic case: dentin conservation during root canal treatment by Bobby Nadeau.

Directed dentin conservation refers to the preservation of valuable dentin structures and may play an important role in increasing the survival rate of endodontically treated teeth (1). Valuable dentin includes the pericervical dentin which refers to the root structure located 4 mm above and below the crest of bone (FIG. 1b) and (FIG. 2b) (2). Current best available... Directed dentin conservation refers to the preservation of valuable dentin structures and may play an important role in increasing the survival rate of endodontically treated teeth (1). Valuable dentin includes the pericervical dentin which refers to the root structure located 4 mm above and below the crest of bone (FIG. 1b) and (FIG. 2b) (2). Current best available...

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