Class V Composite Restoration Procedure Guide

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Case description

Cavity on the cervical third of the facial or lingual surfaces of any tooth is known as class V cavity. The main problem about these lesions is that they are usually adjacent to the gingiva and exposed to the cervical fluid. Failure of such Class V restorations appears to be a common occurrence in practice, which has economic implications both for the dentist and the patient and may undermine the confidence of the patient in the dentist's abilities. A variety of materials and adhesive agents are now suggested for the restoration of Class V cavities and selecting which will perform best in each situation may present a challenge to the clinician. In this video, a composite restoration procedure for class 5 cavities will be demonstrated.

tags: conservative dentistry class V composite restoration procedure for dentists for dental students composite caries

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