Posterior composite “fillings” are becoming the restoration of choice in many practices. Dentist preference and patient demands are diminishing or eliminating the use of amalgam. While materials and techniques have improved over the years, problems still persist.
The objective of this session will be to present proven techniques that will minimize or eliminate problems like sensitivity, contacts, voids, leakage, contour, and time. A hands-on experience will allow participants the opportunity to practice the techniques described and demonstrated in the presentation portion of the session.