Clinicians Report February 2009, Volume 2 Issue 2

   
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Articles In This Issue:

Carbide Burs for Crown Preparation
Why Use Dentin Bonding Agents?
Evaluators Reports and Clinical Tips

Companies

3M ESPE
Axis Dental
Caulk/Dentsply
Coltene Whaledent
GC America
Heraeus Kulzer
Komet
Kuraray
Microcopy
Premier Dental
SS White
Vivadent-Ivoclar

Brands

Alpen Speedster C&B Prep
Clearfil ES Bond
Crown Prepping Carbide (Cylinder)
Crown Prepping Carbide (taper)
Great White Ultra
Multilink Automix
NeoBurr CrownKing
NeoDrys
Neodiamond
Panavia F
Prime and Bond
Razor Prep Carbide
RelyX Unicem
Scotchbond Multipurpose
Two Striper
Clinicians Report February 2009, Volume 2 Issue 2 - 200902 - Dental Reports

Abstract

Carbide Burs for Crown Preparation

• Laboratory Evaluation

1. Cutting Efficiency on Extracted Human Teeth
2. Cutting Efficiency on Macor
3. Fracture Strength
4. Margin and Surface Evaluation
5. Surface Microfractures

• Clinical Evaluation
• Clinical Tips and Observations
• CR Conclusions

Why Use Dentin Bonding Agents?

• Determination of Practitioner Reasoning for Dentin Bonding
• CR Observations and Suggestions for Clinical Use of Dentin Bonding Agents
• Generations of Bonding Agents
• Suggestions for Bonding Resin-Based Composite Restorations, Class I to VI
• Suggestions for Cementing Indirect Restorations with Bonded Resin Cements
• CR conclusions

Evaluators Reports and Clinical Tips

• Successful Isolation and Moisture Control Now with Reflective Backing