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bj



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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2005 7:05 pm    Post subject: Anchor & marshall technique? Reply with quote

John,
Have you used Anchor w the marshall technique ( an initial flowable layer of course) fo a WFT restoration where all the layers would seem to take too much time?

At what time in the self cure pocess would you add the final enamel layer of filled composite?

Any comments about the M technique appreciated?
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2005 9:52 pm    Post subject: Re: Anchor & marshall technique? Reply with quote

John,
Have you used Anchor w the marshall technique ( an initial flowable layer of course) fo a WFT restoration where all the layers would seem to take too much time?

I have not. I just take the time to place the stronger material.

At what time in the self cure pocess would you add the final enamel layer of filled composite?

At least 3 mm thickness


Any comments about the M technique appreciated?

Core materials are not typically designed to be exposed to oral stresses. While this may seem to work, I choose to do otherwise. We did this years ago when we had self-cure posterior materials, such as Bisfil II.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2005 11:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks, then I'll reserve it for when I'm pretty darn sure the pt will get the crown reasonably soon but just can't right now.

At what time ( during the setting process of the self-cure buildup material)would you add the final enamel layer of light-sured composite (heliomolar, etc)?

"Core materials are not typically designed to be exposed to oral stresses." Even with a good composite as the final enamel layer ? I wasn't aware of that, thanks. Now I'm glad that I've only done this technique a few times.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 13, 2005 8:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

bj wrote:
Thanks, then I'll reserve it for when I'm pretty darn sure the pt will get the crown reasonably soon but just can't right now.

At what time ( during the setting process of the self-cure buildup material)would you add the final enamel layer of light-sured composite (heliomolar, etc)?

"Core materials are not typically designed to be exposed to oral stresses." Even with a good composite as the final enamel layer ? I wasn't aware of that, thanks. Now I'm glad that I've only done this technique a few times.


If you have the opportunity to watch them, you'll see that they just don't look great over time. They're not meant to.
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