SIMPLIFIED DIASTEMA CLOSURE USING A SINGLE COMPOSITE SHADE
A minimally invasive, efficient, cost-effective, and esthetic treatment
Susan M. McMahon, DMD, AAACD; Lauren Snyder

Material advancements that allow practitioners to provide positive outcomes with direct restorative techniques improve accessibility and affordability of care for patients dissatisfied with their smile. 

CE: CONTEMPORARY RESIN ADHESIVES
Understanding the available options for best possible clinical outcomes
Howard E. Strassler, DMD

The classification system, clinical uses, and best practices for use of three types of adhesive systems are addressed, along with strategies for improving tooth adhesion. 

THE CASE FOR DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY
How today's systems tip the balance in favor of going digital
Allison M. DiMatteo, BA, MPS, and Kathryn Latanyshyn, BA, MLIS

Making the transition from film to digital? Here's the lowdown on ROI, radiation, compliance concerns, manufacturer support, and more.

POSTERIOR CLASS VI ADHESIVE TOOTH REPAIR
Glass ionomers and resin-based composites for durable and reliable cusp tip restoration
Theodore P. Croll, DDS; Edward J. Swift, Jr., DMD, MS

Three cases demonstrate how adhesive dental restorative materials have given dentists attractive alternatives to silver amalgam and gold foil in pediatric patients.

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