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October 2, 2018
By Marcos Vargas, DDS, MS
Supported by 3M
In this article, topics surrounding bulk-fill posterior composites are explored. Readers will receive an overview of the materials and gain answers to commonly asked questions regarding concerns such as polymerization and esthetics. A step-by-step clinical application is provided to allow readers to obtain a thorough understanding of how bulk fills can simplify posterior restorations.
Describe what a bulk-fill posterior dental composite is.
Distinguish between regular-viscosity and flowable materials.
Discuss application techniques for a Class II restoration.
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Marcos Vargas, DDS, MS, Professor, Department of Family Dentistry, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IowaDownload FREE eBook now!