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Restorative dentistry 2: repairing teeth 

Restorative dentistry 2: repairing teeth
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Restorative dentistry 2: repairing teeth
Author(s):

David A. Mitchell

, Laura Mitchell

, and Lorna McCaul

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199679850.003.0006
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date: 11 August 2020

Contents. Repair and replacement of teeth. Management planning. Dental pain. Occlusion—1. Occlusion—2. Teamworking. Isolation and moisture control. Principles of operative procedures. Posterior composite restorations. Indirect resin composite or porcelain inlays/onlays. Posterior amalgam restorations. Anterior proximal (Class III), incisal (Class IV), cervical (Class V), and root surface caries. Management of extensive/deep restorations. Survival and failure of restorations. Tooth wear/tooth surface loss. ‘Cosmetic’ dentistry. Tooth whitening. Veneers. Anterior crowns for vital teeth. Anterior post and core crowns. Anterior post and core crowns—practical tips. Posterior crowns. Temporary restorations.

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