Revista Cubana de Estomatología
version ISSN 0034-7507
CRUZ GONZALEZ, Alberto Carlos; DIAZ CABALLERO, Antonio and MENDEZ SILVA, Javier. Use of onlay-type composite resin inlays in structurally involved molars. Rev Cubana Estomatol [online]. 2012, vol.49, n.1, pp. 0-0. ISSN 0034-7507.
The composite resin inlays are a low cost alternative which seeks improvements to the direct filling methods meet the challenges of the marginal adaptation, location of proximal contacts, allows us to improve the restoration dental anatomy and overcome the phenomenon of contraction at large sections of material polymerized outside the dental cavity. The objective of this article was to show the use of the composite with indirect technique how an alternative to easy handle and significant clinical results with the structural involvement of molars. The article reports two cases of composite resin inlay onlay in two permanent molars structurally affected, one endodontically treated. The collection of models is performed by the arch alginate impression of the teeth selected, making silicone light casting the prepared tooth and the rest in type III dental stone to obtain a die of work on drawing up the inlay in incremental technique. The cementation process oral cavity is carried out with dual cure resin cement. To control at six months for signs of a leak or marginal jet we used air-dried syringe, explorer and periapical X-Ray. The clinical examination and radiographic analysis revealed a good performance of the restorations in the absence of mismatch or marginal pigmentation. In conclusions the use of the composite inlays in molars with structural involvement with indirect technique is an alternative to easy handle and significant clinical results.
Keywords : inlays; resin cements; dental leakage; non vital tooth.