By Michelle Sunico-Segarra, Armin Segarra
This ebook discusses and describes intimately the to be had resin cements, that are now a staple of dental perform. elements that impact the scientific functionality of resin cements are completely tested and different resin cements at present out there are mentioned intensive, with info on symptoms, boundaries, dealing with and manipulation and garage. determination timber and proposal maps are supplied to assist the clinician in selecting the best cement for specific scientific events. the ultimate a part of the e-book is dedicated to real scientific approaches and offers step by step tips at the cementation of inlays/onlays, veneers and crowns and bridges made up of varied fabrics. commonly asked questions also are highlighted, with immediately to the purpose solutions. A sensible medical consultant to Resin Cements will function a useful reference that's excellent for session by means of clinicians ahead of a major cementation procedure.
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19 To ensure that the critical gingival margin is sealed, a small amount of resin cement is also wiped onto the gingival floor and proximal margins Fig. 4 Cementation Techniques for the Different Types of Restorations Fig. 21 The 26 onlay was then seated on the prepared tooth using slow, gentle pressure. Do not seat the restoration using strong abrupt force as this may create pressure to build up between the walls of the tooth and the restoration which might push the restoration occlusally. A slow steady pressure will give enough time for the excess cement to flow out aiding in the proper seating of the restoration Fig.
2). Some total-etch resin cements can be completely self-cured. Examples are C&B Metabond (Parkell), Comspan (Dentsply), C&B Cement (Bisco), and Superbond C&B (Sun Medical). These cements are not recommended for veneers as there is limited working time to properly fit and seat the veneers due to their self-curing mode. Furthermore, because of their self-cured mechanism, they contain an amine initiator which has a yellowing effect during aging causing color shift. This yellowing can show through the thin veneer material and can compromise esthetics (Fig.
Ability to maintain a dry field (anterior vs. posterior teeth) 3. Aesthetics 4. Strength of the restoration material (mechanical properties) 5. Tooth bonding substrate (amount of the remaining enamel vs. amount of the remaining dentin) Resin cements can be used for almost all types of restorations and materials, but there are situations where one type of cement is more suitable/preferable and convenient to use, yet as effective as the others. Below is a simplified guide aimed to help the clinician in choosing the most appropriate cement given a certain situation (Fig.