Today's Deep Restoration- By John Kanca III

Introduction: 

Sometimes lesions present extraordinary challenges.

John Kanca III, DMD
Pre-op radiograph of a deep lesion on the distal of the second bicuspid.
John Kanca III, DMD
Pre-op view
John Kanca III, DMD
Cavity prep with staining until all decay removed.
John Kanca III, DMD
Large tab matrix, small flexi wedge, and V3 ring.
John Kanca III, DMD
Clean and Boost for 15 seconds, rinsed and dried to demonstrate the etching ability of Clean and Boost.
John Kanca III, DMD
Cavity re-wetted with Surpass 1, Surpass 2 applied, completely air dried and Surpass 3 applied, air thinned thoroughly and light-cured.
John Kanca III, DMD
A layer of Titan flowable, a layer of Exquisite Restoration, light-cured one cycle with VALO on high power for three seconds.
John Kanca III, DMD
Second layer of Exquisite, Extra power 3 second cycle.
John Kanca III, DMD
Matrix and dam removed, occlusion adjusted.
John Kanca III, DMD
Restoration polished.
John Kanca III, DMD
Restoration sealed with mixed Interface and Surpass 2, completely air dried, light-cured.
John Kanca III, DMD
Post-op radiograph.

Conclusion: 

This tooth was restored in a minimally approach method. This is made possible with the right materials and techniques. Care and diligence are required but the result is worthwhile.

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John Kanca III, DMD

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