In this lecture Dr James Baker looks at the evolving role of composite resin in restorative dentistry. He provides an excellent overview of the uses of composite resin restorations (direct and indirect), with a thought on the limitation of this material. Dr Baker provides tips on shade matching, rubber dam and isolation, matrices, and finishing and polishing. Such tips can lead to great success in the practitioners daily composite resin work. This lecture is useful for practitioners at all levels.

Aims and objectives

An overview of what you can achieve with composite restorations and how it can solve multiple situations

An overview of the limitations of composites

The items you need to get composite success

Tips on planning including making the stent

Tips on shade making

Tips on rubber dam and isolation

Tips on matrices

The tips on bonding

The tips on polishing and tips on finishing

1 videos
50 mins CPD/CE