Class II Composite Resins Can Be Predictable, Non-Sensitive, and Profitable
Are you satisfied with your results with every-day, “bread and butter” Class II composites? There are few situations as disappointing and frustrating as when a patient calls complaining of postoperative tooth sensitivity after you have placed a resin restoration. This video emphasizes small, easy tooth preparations; predictable tooth desensitization using chemicals and liners; use of the best composite brands; foolproof fast finishing, and easy occlusal equilibration. With proper planning, class II composite restorations can be placed in minimum time, without sensitivity, and with optimum revenue for the practice.