Resina de baixa contração: nova alternativa para restaurações diretas em dentes posteriores

de Souza Filho, Marcos Antônio; de Campos Lawder, Juliana Aparecida; Gonçalves de Oliveira, Maria Beatriz Rodrigues; Takanao, Alfa Emília; Cardoso, Paula de Carvalho
April 2011
Revista Dental Press de Estética;abr-jun2011, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p78
Academic Journal
This clinical case demonstrates the restorative treatment of a lower left premolar presenting deep caries lesion. The clinical sequence shows the use of a low shrinkage resin (0.7%) associated with an silicon matrix. Changes in resin formulation aiming at reducing the polymerization shrinkage allows for the implementation of restoration with no postoperative sensitivity, providing greater patient comfort. The silicon matrix reproduced the occlusal surface, preserving the original dental anatomy, maintaining the functional integrity.


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