How to protect the most vulnerable interface in a Class II restoration

May 5, 2017
Dentsply Sirona
Dentsply Sirona

Dr. Nick Conte outlines how to protect the floor of the proximal box during Class II restorations.

Accounting for more than half of all direct restorations1, Class II procedures are incredibly important to your practice.

Discover the key areas to protecting the most vulnerable interface of a Class II restoration – the floor of the proximal box. From tooth isolation to having the right curing light, Nick Conte, D.M.D. speaks to what’s most important in each stage of a Class II procedure to best ensure the clinical longevity of the restoration. 

Visit www.class2restorations.com to learn more.

 

 

1. American Dental Association Procedure Recap Report, 2006