Clinical evaluation

09 October 2020
7 min read
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Trevor Burke and Russell Crisp present a clinical evaluation of SDI Zipbond by the PREP Panel.

Dental clinicians need adhesive materials, as these facilitate minimally invasive class II cavity preparations, the use of resin-based tooth coloured restorative materials (which are increasingly requested by patients), non-preparation cervical restorations, the build-up of fractured or worn anterior and posterior teeth, notwithstanding indirect techniques such as resin-retained bridges or where there is a short clinical crown for full or partial coverage restorations.

Dental clinicians need adhesive materials, as these facilitate minimally invasive class II cavity preparations, the use of resin-based tooth coloured restorative materials (which are increasingly requested by patients), non-preparation cervical restorations, the build-up of fractured or worn anterior and posterior teeth, notwithstanding indirect techniques such as resin-retained bridges or where there is a short clinical crown for full or partial coverage restorations. Furthermore, in the present era of the coronavirus pandemic, direct-placement adhesive dentistry may often be carried out without the use of an aerosol-generating turbine handpiece, which will reduce surgery turnaround time between patients.

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