Restorative

Preserving a Full-Arch Reconstruction

Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns and fixed bridges are some of the most commonly used restorations in...

Contemporary Restoration of Class II Caries: Direct Posterior Composites

Composites have become an integral part of our restorative practices, however, their evolution was...

Gaining Crown or Bridge Retention: An Alternative to Surgical Crown Lengthening

Why put your patient through a periodontal surgical procedure if it is not needed...

A Desensitizing Technique That Really Works

Most patients think they have to “just live with” dentinal hypersensitivity. That’s why most...

Limited and Phased Treatment of Worn Anterior Teeth

It is common for patients with worn anterior teeth to decide that they want...

Ultrasonic Tips for Conservative Restorative Dentistry

The clinician’s responsibility is to conserve sound tooth structure whenever possible. The introduction of...

A Durable Flowable Composite Resin for Preventive Resin Restorations

Two primary goals of treating carious lesions are maintenance of as much tooth structure...

Walking Forward: Closing Unwanted Posterior Open Interproximal Contacts

We’ve all experienced it. You see a patient for a periodic examination, and the...

The One-Visit/One-Hour Crown

The search for high-quality, aesthetic, biocompatible, time-efficient dental restorations is one that dentists and...

Rejuvenating Previously Restored and Endodontically Treated Anterior Teeth

It is my experience that many dental professionals who provide state-of-the-art aesthetic treatments may...