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

Articles

Carbide Burs for Crown Preparation
Why Use Denting Bonding Agents?
Generations of Bonding Agents
Successful Isolation and Moisture Control Now with Reflective Backing

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