Dentists have a love hate relationship with Class II composites. Love them when your composites looks and perform like a tooth. Hate them when your work falls short of your expectations. I’m Dr. Dennis Brown. I know your frustration, which compelled me to develop the Greater Curve technique. It is very simple. Predictably shape contacts with width and depth, just like nature. Difficult Class II cases such as MOD’s, deep root decay, large embrasure spaces and teeth with short clinical crowns all can be managed efficiently with the Greater Curve technique. This is not all. The Greater Curve technique works well for Class III and Class IV restorations. You can throw away those awkward mylar strips. For sub gingival Class V’s isolation and visibility is remarkable. Visit www.greatercurve.com and click on my clinical tips link to see all the possibilities.
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Greater Curve Matrix Class II Restoration
Dentistry Today August 27, 20191 Mins read4.5k Views
Dr. James H. Peyton, DDS, FAACDOctober 4, 2021