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Adhesive Technology for Restorative Dentistry
Roulet, Jean-François/Vanherle, Guido

Adhesive Technology for Restorative Dentistry

2004
Book
Hardcover, 200 pages, 208 images (181 colored, 27 black/white)
Language: English
Subject: Restorative Dentistry

Title-No.: 12381
ISBN 978-1-85097-107-8
Quintessence Publishing, Germany

Title out of print.

While adhesive techniques have already penetrated almost all fields of dentistry, a gap remains between accepted treatment modes and what is carried out in daily practice. This book, a compilation of the proceedings from the 3rd European Symposium on Adhesive Dentistry, provides the information, arguments, and data that clinicians need to incorporate adhesive dentistry into their daily practice.

Leaders in the field present the rationale for adhesive techniques in esthetic restorative dentistry. Minimally invasive dentistry and specific issues faced by clinicians using adhesive techniques with ceramic and resin composite restorations are also discussed. Finally, two concluding chapters remind clinicians that they are dentists operating in a biologic system with the objective to restore patients' health.

Contents:
  • How Important Are Esthetics?
  • Composite Layering
  • Preservation of Enamel with Precise Tooth Preparation
  • Changes in Operative Dentistry-Beyond G. V. Black
  • Diagnosis and Restoration of Proximal Carious Lesions
  • Materials for Minimally Invasive Treatments

  • Minimally Invasive Dentistry Using Ozone
  • Are Adhesive Technologies Needed to Support Ceramics? An Assessment of the Current Evidence
  • Ceramic Inlays Cemented Adhesively with Glass-Ionomer Cement and Resin Composite Luting Agents
  • An Overview of the Clinical Use of Resin-to-Metal Bonding
  • Adhesive Technologies and the Improved Quality of Delivered Dentistry
  • Can Technology Cure Disease?