|Presenter: Dr. Frank Milnar|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Release Date: 4/29/11|
|CE Supporter: VOCO America||Reviewed: 2017 Expiration Date: 4/29/20|
The technology and materials available to today’s restorative dentists offer various solutions to many complex problems. Missing tooth structure can be replaced through the use of metal-ceramic crowns. Missing teeth can be replaced by a variety of fixed prosthetics or implants. Now there is an emerging material that is Fiber Reinforced composites (FRC). The use of nonmetallic, fiber–reinforced, resin-based composite dentistry for human tooth replacement is viable for anterior and posterior indirect procedures.