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The Cycle of Tooth Preservation Via Stress-Reduced Direct Composite Restorations

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This lecture will provide clinicians with an overview of differing biomimetic protocols and techniques to predictably restore the anterior and posterior dentition using a minimally invasive approach. Increasing interest has been developed on “Life-like” restorations also known as biomimetic restorations. These are either porcelain or resin based restoration that can be performed on the anterior and posterior areas of the mouth. They may adopt both an indirect and a direct technique. The common characteristic is that they are low stressed and highly bonded restorations able to reproduce the functional and optical characteristic of the natural dentition. Anterior and posterior stress-reduced direct composite (SRDC) restorations may be selected for the restoration of structurally compromised teeth if six basic steps are rigorously respected: 1. Analysis of the occlusion and opposing dentition; 2. Cavity preparation and caries removal endpoints; 3. Analysis of residual tooth structure; 4. Preparation of the dental substrate to achieve a reliable bond to enamel and dentin; 5. Control of polymerization stresses by using appropriate layering and curing techniques; 6. Occlusal force equilibration. With a solid scientific background in mind and a continuous training, clinicians may push the envelope of SRDC restorations. By combining the SRDC protocols on both the anterior and posterior dentition, it is possible to rehabilitate the worn dentition using a biomimetic approach.

Date Added:
8/12/2015

Author(s):

Simone Deliperi, DDS Simone Deliperi, DDS
Simone Deliperi was born in Cagliari (Italy) in 1974.

Dr Deliperi graduated from the University of Cagliari in 1998 and completed the Esthetic Den...
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Questions & Comments
Gerald Benjamin - (1/17/2018 4:22 PM)

Dr. Deliperi; Thanks for your excellent presentation. The vast majority of dentists believe that resin is an inferior material for restoring teeth. My approach to restoring teeth is very similar to yours and the esthetics and longevity can no longer be questioned. Posterior direct resin restorations have been functioning extremely well for almost a quarter of a century. Gerald Benjamin Certificate of Proficiency in Esthetic Dentistry Clinical Associate Professor, SUNY/Buffalo (visiting)

james tran - (1/7/2016 9:01 AM)

Great video content on biomimetic just the quality of the video audio is not so good

Faina Seagal - (8/16/2015 1:19 AM)

Thank you, Dr. Deliperi, very nice presentation. What composite material did you use?

Sergio Rubinstein - (8/15/2015 4:59 PM)

Very nice presentation! Sergio Rubinstein

Stephen Johansen - (8/11/2015 5:24 PM)

Bravo. Una presentazione molto informativo. Il tuo lavoro e proprio speciale. I tuoi pazienti sono molto fortunati di averti come dentista. Ho visuto in Cagliari per 3 mesi molti anni fa. Uno dei posti piu belli del mondo.

Vineet Sharma - (8/9/2015 3:22 AM)

thanks for your opinion Dr.Maurice Salama.

Jeffery Platt - (8/7/2015 8:36 PM)

This is exactly what dentistry needs to move towards short and long term. This is how I want my own teeth fixed as a dentist. I belong to the NO CROWN club!!! Thanks Jeff Platt

Maurice Salama - (8/7/2015 12:53 PM)

Vineet; It appeared to me that this technique is viable for post endo restorations and is KEY in truly minimally invasive biomimetic dentistry. This is a trend worth keeping an eye on. regards Dr. Salama

Vineet Sharma - (8/7/2015 8:32 AM)

is this technique reliable for post endodontic restoration,or by other mean are crowns not necessary if we follow this technique in post endodontic restoration?

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