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May 18, 2018
By Jack D. Griffin, Jr., DMD
Supported by Shofu
Although there are usually a variety of approaches to every filling, dentists may develop habits that prevent them from trying a different approach. The goal in providing restorative dentistry should be two-fold. First: do not hurt the patient. The patient should leave happy and the restorations should be long-lasting with as little sensitivity as possible. Second: use the right materials and the right technique to create an environment in which tissue can heal and restorations last.
About the Author
Jack Griffin, Jr., DMD
Private Practice, Lake St. Louis, Missouri