Restorative and Temporary Materials in Dentistry | Dr. John Nosti’s Recommendations
Do you feel uninspired or a little tired of your current restorative or temporary materials in dentistry?
Do you feel like you could use a change and aren’t sure where to start? Keep reading to mix up your routine and improve your dental procedures.
My Recommended Restorative and Temporary Materials
Materials are our bread and butter in dentistry. It’s as simple as that. Even if our technique is incredible, our end results can suffer when the foundation of our work isn’t ideal.
In this blog, I’ll present three of my favorite dental materials and why I love them. Hopefully these suggestions will put you on the path to more predictable cases. Plus, it’s definitely fun to try out new materials in the office. You never know how the smallest of changes can have a huge impact on your day to day efficiency.
Look no further for a temporary cement that will make your restoration dreams come true. Telio CS Link from Ivoclar provides the exact right blend of esthetics, retention, and handling to ensure the process is a breeze. It’s quite versatile and can be used for all-ceramic restorations in addition to functioning well for long-term temporaries.
This product really hits all my checkboxes for a composite. It works great for anterior and posterior restorations while giving you the shade you want. It’s another material that has long lasting capabilities paired with superb esthetics.
I enjoy working with this cementation system because of how well it flows. The shade system is also worthwhile and overall the light-curing and dual-curing aspects make this a must have.
My advice on the whole is to stay open to new possibilities and find what works for you!
What are your favorite restorative and temporary materials in dentistry and why? We’d love to hear from you in the comments!
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