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PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2016 3:37 pm    Post subject: least traumatic Reply with quote

Is it safe to say that Injectafil is the least traumatic composite restoration because you can allow it to entirely self cure if you want to? I do realize that if you properly pulse cure a restoration that is also very nice, but is Injectafil maybe even a little better/less stressful on the tooth? I understand that it is not recommended as a final "enamel layer", but for tooth that just needs a build up & you are going to crown prep that day or in the very near future. What comes to mind most often is a posterior tooth with a root canal in need of a crown but the patient must delay the crown? I am thinking the less stress on the tooth the better but maybe composite curing forces pale in comparison to occusal forces?
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 9:32 am    Post subject: Re: least traumatic Reply with quote

bj wrote:
Is it safe to say that Injectafil is the least traumatic composite restoration because you can allow it to entirely self cure if you want to? I do realize that if you properly pulse cure a restoration that is also very nice, but is Injectafil maybe even a little better/less stressful on the tooth? I understand that it is not recommended as a final "enamel layer", but for tooth that just needs a build up & you are going to crown prep that day or in the very near future. What comes to mind most often is a posterior tooth with a root canal in need of a crown but the patient must delay the crown? I am thinking the less stress on the tooth the better but maybe composite curing forces pale in comparison to occusal forces?
Thank you


It is safe to say that contraction forces are diminished significantly when the material is allowed to cure on its own. As a long term interim restoration Injectafil is perfectly suitable.
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