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|Title:||Bulk fill composites: an anatomic sculpting technique|
De Andrade, Oswaldo Scopin
Bonfante, Estevam A.
Coelho, Paulo Guilherme
|Abstract:||Composite resins have been routinely used for posterior cavities due to a phasedown on amalgam as a restorative option. However, clinical problems related to polymerization shrinkage demands careful and specific techniques for placement of the composite layers. New low shrinkage composites are now marketed for bulk filling of cavities without the need of a traditional layering. With this new concept, the restoration can be built in one or two layers, depending on the classification of the bulk fill material. This article discusses and presents two alternative techniques using the low shrinkage composites, suggesting a called "amalgam-like sculpting technique,"one using a flowable bulk fill and other a regular bulk fill material. Clinical cases illustrate these two alternatives compared with the layered technique|
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