Porcelain Restorations

Mar 12, 2020

#Dentists, do you find that porcelain restorations sometimes don’t have the best fit? Try using a warmed #composite resin cement with a rheological modifier. It has the potential to improve fit due to the increased flow and thinner film thickness of the activated cement. https://addent.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Cementing-Porcelain-Restorations-With-a-Warmed-Composite-Resin-Containing-a-Rheological-Modifier_-T-A-Hess.pdf

 


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