Material Selection and Placement Technique for Successful Class 2 Composite Resin Restorations

Alan M. Atlas, DMD

March 25, 2016 Course - Expires Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

Web Only


There are key fundamental concepts that will determine the long-term favorable outcome of direct class 2 composite resin restoration. Material selection and placement technique has proven to be the most important element for success. This webinar will review best options available based on the scientific evidence and techniques for composite placement visualized through the dental microscope.

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COST: $0
SOURCE: Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry | April 2016
COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: Dentsply Sirona - Restorative

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the clinical prerequisites and the impact of material selection on long-term clinical outcomes of class 2 composite resin restorations
  • Describe the scientific evidence that compares bulk fill composites versus utilizing a base material to achieve complete adaptation in the proximal box and a cap layer for the enamel cavosurface margin
  • Describe why utilizing specific low polymerization stress materials are essential to achieve gap free margins


Dr. Atlas has received an honorarium from AEGIS Communications for his preparation and presentation of this program.

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