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Direct and Indirect Adhesive Composite Restorations of Posterior Regions: Reconstructive and Periodontal Approach

Dr. Marco Veneziani
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Anatomisch geformte Kontaktpunkte

Dr. Martin von Sontagh, Österreich
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Direct Composite Restorations using Composi-Tight Gold - Robert A. Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD

Robert A. Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD

The challenge with Class II restorations has always been to recreate contact to the adjacent tooth and at the same time, restore proper interproximal anatomic form given the limitations of conventional matrix systems. The thickness of the matrix band and the ability to compress the periodontal ligaments of the tooth being restored and the one adjacent to it can sometimes make the restoration of proximal tooth contact laborious at best.

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Class II Restoration using Garrison 3D XR Ring - Dr. Giuseppe Chiodera

Dr. Giuseppe Chiodera

Case study features a cavity mesial 16, access obtained from the cavity distal 15.

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Class II Restoration with Microscopes using 3D XR Ring - John Leitner, DDS

John Leitner, DDS

Dr. Leitner has been a member of the Academy of Microscopic Enhanced Dentistry (AMED) since 2004.  This case presents a Class II restoration using microscopes.

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The Use of Separating Rings in the Placement of Class II Composite Resins - Len Boksman, DDS, BSC, FADI, FICD

Len Boksman, DDS, BSC, FADI, FICD

This case study is taken from an article previously published in Oral Health and presents a predictable method of obtaining tight, well contoured, interproximal restorations utilizing separation rings. Clinical predictability is assured when following this protocol.  Figure #5 is courtesy of Dr. David Clark.  Of the ring systems currently available, Composi-Tight 3D gives the author one of the most predictable results.

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Class II on Second Bicuspid using Composi-Tight 3DXR - Enrico Cogo, DDS

Enrico Cogo, DDS

3D rings are the real topic of Garrison’s systems. The “v” shape of a ring that fits in the interproximal area allows a good fit between the cavity margins and the matrix in the buccal and palatal walls. This results in easier positioning of the composite masses close to the cavity margins, and final remodeling (usually necessary at the time of removal of the matrix) will be very minimal.

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Cervical Decay, Ionomer Filling and Matrix System: An Alternative to Composite

Dr. David Gerdolle

Due to the location of the decay and poor interproximal hygiene, the cavity was filled using a glass ionomer cement.

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Achieving Fast, Easy and Tight Class II Contacts with Reel Matrix™

Dory Stutman, DDS
Posterior direct composite restorations continue to be among the treatments that clinicians provide on a frequent and regular basis. Challenging enough given the limited visibility and access that are characteristic of the posterior area, these restorations typically require technique sensitive adhesive protocol, including incremental layering and curing of the composite. Even when meticulous placement techniques are implemented, posterior direct composite restorations can be prone to polymerization shrinkage and microleakage that lead to secondary caries and post-operative sensitivity.
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Contemporary Product Solutions Review of Reel Matrix - Photos provided by Dr. Dory Stutman - Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD

The Reel Matrix was reviewed by 25 evaluation team members and used on 218 patients.  Case photos provided by Dr. Dory Stutman.

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Class II MOD #12 using Composi-Tight 3DXR - Robert Rosenfeld, DDS

Robert Rosenfeld, DDS

A DL restoration had been present on #11, but its contour was somewhat concave. It was decided that that filling would be modified first to create a more convex contour against which #12 could be built.

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Margin Elevation Technique: #2 and #3 Deep Subgingival Caries

Dr. Matthew A. Nejad, DDS

The margin elevation technique allows proper isolation and elevation of deep margin areas prior to restoring with an indirect partial coverage restoration (inlay or onlay). The use of the Garrison Reel Matrix margin elevation band allows proper adaptation and seal of these deep areas so that a composite margin elevation can be performed.

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First Contact Article featuring Composi-Tight 3D Clear - Dr. Richard Field

Dr. Richard Field

Dr. Richard Field describes a technique for predictable contact point management.

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Clinical Solutions to Common Problems Faced When Placing Class II Direct Composites with Composi-Tight 3D and WedgeWands - Robert A. Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD

Robert A. Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD

In this article we will look at three specific areas: 1) Management of the soft tissue in the interproximal region 2) Creation of proximal contour and contact and 3) Finishing and polishing of the restoration.

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Class II DO on Second Bicuspid using Composi-Tight 3D Clear - Enrico Cogo, DDS

Enrico Cogo, DDS

The 3D Clear system combines transparent and translucent materials to allow for trans-enamel polymerization. You can apply the curing light from both the buccal and lingual surfaces without interference from metal matrix bands and opaque separator rings. This easily allows for proper curing of deeper proximal boxes and is also beneficial for bulk-filling Class II restorations.

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Composi-Tight® 3D XR Sectional Matrix System: Strength and Innovation

Clarence Tam, HBSc, DDS

Dentists struggle on a daily basis with Class II restorations, especially on short or malpositioned teeth. There is the struggle of needing a tight gingival seal to minimize overhangs, the need for post-restorative finishing, and the struggle of attaining perfect anatomical contours.  I had the opportunity to work with the Garrison Composi-Tight® 3D XR system over the last few months. Here are my observations.

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Achieving Tight Contact in Large Posterior Composite Restorations Using a Sectional Matrix System with Pre-contoured Matrix Bands: Composi-Tight®

Dory Stutman, DDS
For conservative Class II restorations, restorations distal of canines and/or short or malpositioned teeth, and slightly wide and/or deep restorations, the use of a flexible sectional matrix combined with a separation ring (e.g., Composi-Tight®, Garrison Dental) makes the direct posterior composite placement technique efficient and predictable. The separate contoured ring and matrix bands create an ideal environment in which to place an anatomically correct and properly contoured restoration, while the size options provide enough customization for a correct fit for every unique clinical situation. As the demand for amalgam restorations decreases and clinicians are faced with demands for functional, long-lasting, and esthetic posterior restorations, the efficiency, simplicity, and predictability of the Composi-Tight® system make it an ideal addition to the direct posterior composite armamentarium.
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Class II Restoration using Slick Bands and 3D Ring - Jeffrey C. Hoos, DMD, FAGD

Jeffrey C. Hoos, DMD, FAGD

Dr. Hoos lectures extensively on practice management as well as implant and cosmetic dentistry.

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Class III Restoration on Distal #6 using Composi-Tight 3D XR - Robert Rosenfeld, DDS

Robert Rosenfeld, DDS

It is likely that there had been a diastema prior to loss of old composite, but decided to close it with a new restoration.

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Composite Restorations

Dr. Michael Mandikos, BDSc (Hons), MS (New York), Cert Pros, FRACDS, FICD

Caries in the distal of the first premolar and the disto-occlusal pit of the second premolar. The decision was made to restore the teeth
with a micro-hybrid posterior composite.

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