Journal of Conservative Dentistry
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Year : 2003  |  Volume : 6  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 29-32

Restoration Of Extensive Erosion Areas Using An Indirect Composite Technique : Clinical Case Reports



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Rashee Chawla


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Cervical erosion defects particularly of extensive size that are located in an area where control of the operative field is difficult, can present a significant restorative challenge. Here, an indirect restorative technique has been described to solve the problem of difficult isolation following tooth preparation, an indirect restoration was luted to the tooth and margins were finished and polished. Using an indirect technique, the operative field isolation time was minimized and the total chairside time required to restore was also reduced. Clinical cases are presented here to illustrate this technique.


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