Technique Guide: Tokuyama's Bond Force & Estelite Sigma Quick

Glazer, Howard S.
September 2010
Proofs;Sep2010, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p89
Trade Publication
The article presents two cases that illustrate the versatility of Tokuyama's 7th generation adhesive, Bond Force, and their low shrink micro hybrid composite resin, Estelite Sigma Quick. The first patient has chronic wear and enamel erosion on the lower right cuspid and first premolar. The facial aspect was restored after photocuring the Bond Force using only one shade of Estellita Sigma Quick. Treatment for the second patient who has fractured the mesial aspect of a resin restored tooth abutting a ceramo-metal crown is also described.


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