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Kuraray Noritake 2 Day Symposium - Day 2

Categories: CAD-CAM

Author(s): Prof. Lorenzo Breschi, Dr. Steven Schiffenhaus, Prof. Franklin Tay

Date: 10-20-2020 08:40:25 am

This session will be a critical review of the latest improvements of dental bonding systems and modern tooth preparations for optimizing minimally invasive adhesive techniques. The chemical background and physical characteristics of the adhesives will be assayed to understand their clinical capabilities. The role of the clinician will be reviewed in order to obtain the highest bonding performances in terms of improved bond strengths, extended durability, and reduced post-operative sensitivity. Also, the mechanisms that affect the stability of the adhesive interface over time will be clarified. An analysis of what factors contribute to the degradation of the hybrid layer will be discussed. Furthermore, the session will provide clinical step-by-step procedures for non-retentive bonded restorations along with biomimetic restorative principals.

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