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Adhesive restoration of an endodontically treated incisor

, : Adhesive restoration of an endodontically treated incisor. Quintessence International 24(5): 319-322

Glass-ionomer cement and composite resin can be used in combination for restoration of an endodontic access preparation. Adhesive restorations using these materials avoid the problems of marginal leakage and tooth discoloration, characteristic of silver amalgam restorations, and preclude the need for complete-coronal restoration. A detailed clinical procedure for placement of a stratified glass-ionomer cement and composite resin restoration for an endodontically treated permanent incisor is described.


PMID: 8362045

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