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This thematic CDEWorld eBook on restorative dentistry features a continuing education (CE) article that explores the benefits and indications for the use of the ovate pontic. In addition, this eBook includes a case report article on a bonding protocol that may be implemented for single-tooth and complex restorations. Download to earn 2 FREE CEU now!
CE: The Ovate Pontic
J. William Robbins, DDS, MA
This article examines the design of ovate pontics and ovate pontic sites and presents protocols for preparing an edentulous site for a provisional bridge with an ovate pontic, preparing an edentulous site for an ovate pontic on the day that the final bridge is delivered, and preparing an immediate extraction site for a provisional bridge with an ovate pontic. A case report is included.
Credits: 2 Self-Study CEU
Provider: Dental Learning Systems, LLC
A Reliable Bonding Protocol for Single-Tooth or Complex Restorations
Devin McClintock, DDS
This case report presents a bonding protocol system that can be scaled from single-tooth restoration to full-mouth rehabilitation and can be used for both indirect and direct restorative procedures. Utilizing rubber dam isolation, a universal adhesive, and a dual-cure universal adhesive resin cement, this protocol is demonstrated in a patient who required restoration of a single tooth.