Ionaş, Mona; Fråţilå, Anca; Boitor, Cornel; Ionaş, Tiberiu
November 2010
Romanian Journal of Stomatology;2010, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p281
Academic Journal
Case Study
Coronary reconstitution with composite resin and adhesive systems is a current practice in dental medicine. The use of the oral matrix for massive coronary destructions of the frontal area, allows a restoration very close to the initial morphological and functional tooth form with minimum finishing and brush ups. The stratification technique using the palatine formatory is simple achieving excellent aesthetic results in a very short time.


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