Flowable composites are frequently placed as a first layer when restoring teeth with direct adhesive techniques. Since their introduction into the marketplace in 1996, dentists have found the properties of flowable resins to be useful in a number of different applications. The placement of flowable composites may seem like an optional step in the restorative protocol for lining direct adhesive restorations, but it is a technique that is utilized by a significant number of dentists.
Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will: • Understand how mechanical properties of flowable composites affect their clinical performance (and which properties are most desirable for their applications). • Learn advantages of using flowable composites as a cavity liner. • Become more familiar with advancements in the properties of flowable resins and bulk fill materials. • Implement an efficient and esthetic technique to restore certain cavity preparations utilizing flowable bulk fill materials as a cavity liner.
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