Clinicians Report October 2011, Volume 4 Issue 10

   
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Articles In This Issue:

The Best Cement Types for Indirect Restorations
Lab-Milled Ceramics: Most Popular and New Options
Products Highly Rated in CR Clinical Trials

Companies

3M ESPE
Coltene Whaledent
Danville Materials
GC America
Glidewell Laboratories
Heraeus Kulzer
IndiGreen Innovations
Ivoclar Vivadent
Kerr
Kuraray
Ultradent
Vident

Brands

BruxZir
Clearfil Esthetic Cement EX
FujiCem Automix
Gleco Trap (GT-19)
Gluma
Gradia Indirect
HyFlex CM
IPS e.max CAD/Press
LAVA DVS
LAVA DVS Veneer
Maxcem Elite
Microprime G
Multilink Automix
NX3
Opalescence Boost
Paradigm M
RelyX Luting Plus Auotmix
RelyX Unicem 2
VITA In-Ceram YZ
VITA Rapid Layer Technology for VITABLOCS TruLuxe Forte
Variolink II
belleGlass HP
Clinicians Report October 2011, Volume 4 Issue 10 - 201110 - Dental Reports

Articles

The Best Cement Types for Indirect Restorations
Lab-Milled Ceramics: Most Popular and New Options
Products Highly Rated in Clinical Trials

Abstract

The Best Cement Types for Indirect Restorations

• Factors Influencing Cement Selection and Use
• CR Comparison of Current Cement Types Relative to Patient and Dentist Needs
• Summary of Findings
• Indications for Specific Crown Types
• CR Summary of Cementation Indications
• Clinical Tips
• CR Conclusions

Lab-Milled Ceramics: Most Popular and New Options

• Most Popular All-Ceramic Monolithic Restorations

1. Lithium disilicate
2. Full-contoured zirconia

• New All-Ceramic Restorations

1. Lithium disilicate fused to zirconia
2. Ceramic fused to zirconia
3. Ceramic cemented to zirconia

• CR Conclusions

Products Highly Rated in CR Clinical Trials

• Easily-Shaped and Flexible NiTi Files Retain Shape and Are Easy to Use
• Sink Trap Allows Easy Retrieval of Items
• Whiter Teeth: Improved Opalescence Boost Offers Quick In-Office Bleaching