ARAB DENTAL 26 (2013), No. 4 16. Jan. 2014
ARAB DENTAL 26 (2013), No. 4 (16.01.2014)
Page 42-44, Language: Arabic
The Combination is the Key
Chung, Seunghwan / Park, Kyung-Sik
This clinical case describes how the prosthetic treatment process was simplified without compromising the esthetic outcome by using a bulk fill composite and a monolithic ceramic. The bulk fill technique reduces the error frequency and the time required for placing restorations compared to the conventional layering technique. Tetric N-Ceram Bulk Fill, which is light-cured in 4-mm layers, simplifies direct restorative filling therapy with chairside composites. IPS e.max CAD, which is processed using CAD/CAM technology, renders the fabrication of restorations very efficient. Furthermore, individualized ceramic layering is no longer required for certain indications.