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Porcelain & Composite Inlays & Onlays: Esthetic Posterior Restorations

Table of Contents:
1. Historical Perspective and Comparison of Posterior Restorations
2. Features of Etched Porcelain Inlays and Onlays
3. Principles of Porcelain Use as an Inlay/Onlay Material
4. Tooth Preparation
5. Impressions and Provisional Restorations
6. Laboratory Procedures
7. Placement Procedures
8. Cast-Ceramic Systems and Other Alternatives
9. Composite Resin Inlays--An Alternative to Ceramic Inlays
10. Expanded Clinical Variations
11. Directly Milled Ceramic Inlays and Onlays--CAD/CAM Systems

159pp: 364 illus (170 in color)

Customer Review:

5 out of 5 stars the best text on all types of dental inlays and onlays, December 5, 1996
  Reviewer: A reader

this book provides excellent information and tips on why and how to do inlays and onlays in both porcelain and composite. The authors compare these type dental restorations to both gold and silver restorations so the consumer can better judge just what he or she wants to have placed into his or her mouth. There are also clear and close up photographs and illustrations showing just how these restorations should be constructed by the dental ceramist. Basically the book is all about choices in posterior dental restorations, and alternatives to silver amalgam restorations. The text is easily understood, and the book is artistically laid out with simple but complete illustrations that help make learning the techniques much easier. The chapters are written by world experts on the subjects. There is even a chapter on the use of CAD-CAM and the present and future role of this technology in construction of dental restorations