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Stop Being Degenerative: How to Protect Dental Crowns from Microleakage and Secondary Decay 
Presenter: Dr. John Comisi Release Date: 4/29/24
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 4/29/27
AGD Subject Code: 780  

We know that when we perform direct bonding procedures, our adhesives and restorative materials can cause proteolytic responses in the dentin structure, which may ultimately lead to failure at the interface. However, we tend to overlook the possibility of similar outcomes with our resin cements. As we create the same hybridization of the dentin, there is a potential for failure due to bacterial contamination, insufficient infiltration, and the acidity of our resin cement. This CE webinar aims to explore a cementation process that can significantly improve the success of this critical restorative procedure.

During this CE webinar, we will
• Review the current concepts in the resin cementation process
• Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of traditional resin cementation
• Learn how the use of bio-interactive resin cement can significantly enhance the long-term outcomes for our patient population   ( disclaimer , AGD PACE Statement )

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