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Problem Solving with Posterior Composites 
Presenter: Dr. Louis Mackenzie Release Date: 9/28/15
Credits: 1 CPD, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 9/28/18
  Reviewed: 2017        

Direct posterior composite restorations are technique sensitive, time-consuming and may have unpredictable outcomes if all clinical stages are not optimized.

Most of the problems associated with directly placed composites are a direct or indirect result of polymerization shrinkage stress. Traditionally it is recommended to place composite in increments no thicker than 2mm.

Recent advances in composite technology offer significantly reduced technique sensitivity and now allow direct composites to be placed much more quickly and in larger increments. This new category of ‘Bulk-fill’ materials is proving extremely popular with clinicians worldwide and constitutes the fastest growing area of dental materials research.

The latest innovation in the ‘Bulk-fill’ category allows cavities to be rapidly restored in increments of up to 5mm using a specialized system called SonicFill 2, from Kerr.

Louis’s webinar will use case examples to demonstrate the indications and advantages of SonicFill 2 and provide step-by-step practical guidelines for successful, predictable, enjoyable posterior composites.   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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