ARAB DENTAL 30 (2017), No. 4 15. Jan. 2018
ARAB DENTAL 26 (2013), No. 2 (15.06.2013)
Page 20-23, Language: Arabic
Safe Dentistry Using Biocompatible Composite
Nowadays when dentists select a material for restoring a case aesthetically, they also expect easy handling of the filling material and a high-lustre surface resembling the enamel surface in addition to good physical properties and biocompatibility, which is indispensible with any material in clinical use. The author demonstrates the use of a biocompatible composite in a clinical case: a patient presented with an acute complaint on tooth 16. Following successful endodontic treatment under a microscope and removal of the old composite filling and secondary caries, there was only a little structure remaining on tooth 16. The molar was then restored optimally using high-quality composite almost without further loss of tooth structure.