Indirect resin composite restorations fabricated with chairside CAD/CAM systems

Laden GÜLEÇ, Nuran ULUSOY, Esra CENGİZ
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Abstract


Aesthetics has gained significant importance in restorative dentistry besides the potential requirements including the continuity and integrity of tissue and regaining the function and phonation. The demand for esthetic posterior restorations gave way to the use of resin composites in the posterior region as well as the anterior restorations. However, polymerization shrinkage of resin composites limits this application to only with small sized restorations. In order to eliminate the disadvantage of polymerization shrinkage, various methods have been suggested to improve the properties and application methods of resins with the aim of increasing the longevity and function of restorative materials. For this purpose, computer aided design/computer aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems have been used for the past 10 years to fabricate indirect restorations with resin composites as an alternative material in digital system.This review aims to provide an update on the resin composite materials used with indirect restorations and CAD/CAM systems. 

 

 

 


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chairside CAD/CAM systems; indirect restoration; CAD/CAM composite resin; composite block

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