Traditional Flowable composites are known to adapt well to cavity preparations and are easy to place. Unfortunately, some flowable composites lack strength and wear resistance due to their low filler content and have been used as a base or liner. Recently, manufacturers have developed a new generation of highly filled flowable composites. The high filler content increases strength and wear resistance, lowers polymerization shrinkage and allows the material to be used as a ‘start to finish’ restorative material, indicated for Class I-V restorations. The addition of nanofill particles assists in creating highly esthetic restorations. This CE webinar will focus on the utilization and adhesion of next generation flowable composites.
Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will have covered
1. Clinical indications for flowable composites
2. What generation of adhesives are applicable for flowable composites
3. Learn techniques to successfully and predictably place flowable composites
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