Direct resin restoration using the new V4-Ring
Fig. 25: An occlusional check.
Fig. 24: Enamel Plus HRi Function 2 Micerium.
Fig. 23: Polymerisation for 40 seconds.
Fig. 22: ENAbond and ENAseal, Micerium.
Fig. 21: ENAseal for 30 seconds.
Fig. 20: Polymerisation for 40 seconds.
Fig. 19: ENAbond for 60 seconds.
Fig. 18: Washing with water for 30 seconds and with 0.2% chlorhexidine digluconate.
Fig. 17: Etching for 30 seconds with ENAetch, a brush is used to evenly distribute etching.
Fig. 16: ENAetch, Micerium.
Fig. 15: The wedge of the transparent V-Ring 4.
Fig. 14: V-Ring 4, note light passing through the matrix.
Fig. 13: The transparent ring of V-Ring 4.
Fig. 12: After checking the proper assembly of the wedge and the transparent ring of V-Ring 4 are inserted.
Fig. 11: Once the preparation is finished matrix V-Ring 4 is placed with its proper tweezers, which are placed in the little hole on the matrix, making its insertion easier.
Fig. 10: Cavity preparation is completed.
Fig. 9: To optimise cavity preparation at the marginal level, paper strips are used.
Fig. 8: To optimise cavity preparation at the marginal level, metal strips are used.
Fig. 7: Polishing enamel with a rubber red on a blue ring hand piece.
Fig. 6: Finishing using a fine-grained diamond bur on a red ring hand piece.
Fig. 5: Removing decay using a rosette bur on a blue ring hand piece.
Fig. 4: Removing decay using a medium-grained diamond bur on a red ring hand piece.
Fig. 3: First access to carious lesion on 24 distal with the protection on 25 by matrix and wedge.
Fig. 2: X-ray view of carious lesion on 24 distal.
Fig. 1: Clinical view of carious lesion on 24 distal.
Fig. 26: An X-ray check, note the maximum integration of restoration.
Fig. 27: Occlusal view of restoration.
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