Can a single composite resin serve all purposes?
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article
Colleges, School and Institutes
The consensus view less than a decade ago was that direct posterior composites should be restricted to small restorations, preferably in premolar teeth with little, if any, occlusal function. Major advances in adhesive systems, materials and restorative techniques have combined to allow us to question this view and our increased clinical evidence base makes it appropriate to reconsider this viewpoint.
|Pages (from-to)||73-9; quiz 114|
|Journal||British Dental Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 23 Jul 2005|