Glass-ionomer-silver-cermet interim Class I restorations for permanent teeth

Croll, Theodore P.; Killian, Constance M.
November 1992
Quintessence International;Nov1992, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p731
Academic Journal
Glass-ionomer-silver-cermet cement has proved to be a worthy alternative to silver amalgam for restoring certain Class I lesions in primary teeth. Such restorations are now known to last up to 8 years without need for repair or replacement. Cermet cement has also been used for interim restoration of permanent teeth in special cases, with ideal results. The procedure for placing a glass-ionomer-silver-cermet cement Class I restoration is described.


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