Restorative Materials Resource Center

How bioactive materials are changing restorative dentistry
How bioactive materials are changing restorative dentistryMaterials marketed as ‘bioactive’ serve to solve a long-standing problem in dentistry — giving teeth what they want.
How to achieve esthetic results with direct composites
How to achieve esthetic results with direct compositesWhy advances in materials and technique are leading to more reliable outcomes.
5 ways to simplify pulp capping procedures
5 ways to simplify pulp capping proceduresPulp capping doesn’t have to be difficult. Ensuring that the right materials and techniques are used will give patients the best outcomes.
6 ways bulk fills are changing restorative dentistryFind out why bulk fill composites are game changers for clinicians.
4 big benefits of resin cements
4 big benefits of resin cementsThanks to new advancements, resin cements have made restoration placement easier, stronger and more esthetic.
A new weapon in the fight against recurrent caries
A new weapon in the fight against recurrent cariesResearchers are making tremendous progress in formulating caries-resistant composite resins.
5 ways that traditional impressions can go wrongMany dentists still prefer analog impressions — but a lot still goes wrong.
5 ways that traditional impressions can go wrong
5 ways that traditional impressions can go wrongMany dentists still prefer analog impressions — but a lot still goes wrong.
Making the transition to mercury-free dentistry
Making the transition to mercury-free dentistryHow the Minamata Convention is prepping the world of dentistry for an amalgam-free future.
How to create restorations that look great seven years laterA look at how one practitioner created a great restoration that still maintains great esthetic quality seven years later.