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  • Bonding and cementation materials and techniques are constantly evolving. It is a challenge of every practice to differentiate between the products on the market, and know which to choose to ensure predictable results. This program will present the history and current science behind dentin adhesives, bonding systems and cementation. The lecture will compare total etch to self etch techniques and distinguish the risks and benefits of each. The presentation will detail a systematic approach to evaluating the different generations of dentin adhesives, and compare the clinical and research data of each. This lecture will clarify how to decrease post-operative sensitivity and increase the success of your adhesive dentistry.


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  • • Explain when to cement vs. bond

    • Define modern materials for placing restorations

    • Define the cementation technique

  • Lee Ann Brady, DMD

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  • Dentist
  • 1.0
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