The Good About Composite Resins In Dentistry

Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) July 27, 2009 -- According to several professionals in the field of dentistry, composite veneers are considered among the most successful type of restorative material currently used today all over the world. This is because of their several advantages rarely found with other popular restorative materials such as amalgam, gold, and porcelain. Also, unlike thethe main advantages of composite veneers that included them among the few materials to be successfully used for several dental practices? Competition, composite resins are also known to be used for almost all restoration methods such as dental crowns, dental bridges and dental veneers. So what are

Advantages

The advantages are found with their strength as well as their inexpensiveness. Though not as strong as gold, amalgam, and porcelain, composite resin is relatively strong for its cheap price. According to the dentist beverly hills [http://www.alhambradental.com/blog], composite resins have also been found to be insensitive to dehydration which is a common problem of most restorative materials. Compared to porcelain, composite resins are much easier to manipulate. The main advantage with composite resins when directly applied is theircolors allowing near invisible restoration of teeth, which is why they're used for dental veneers as alternatives to expensive porcelain veneers. improved aesthetics compared to amalgam. Composites can be made in a wide range of tooth

Direct and Indirect application

Another popular advantage of using composite resins is that they can be applied directly and indirectly, which is considered rare for most materials particularly with porcelain and amalgam. Due to their flexibility, according to the dentist beverly hills [http://www.alhambradental.com/blog], composite resins are sometimes useful for certain situations in which one method (direct or indirect) is not enough to produce the result needed to continue the procedure. Direct dental composites can be used to fill gaps between teeth using a shell-like veneer or minor reshaping of teeth, as well as used for partial crowns on a tooth.

Indirect dental composites can be used for filling cavities in teeth, as fillings, inlays and/or onlays, gaps between teeth using a shell-like veneer or reshaping of the the teeth, or for full to partial crowns. Indirect composite resins can also be used to even dental bridges spanning 2-3 teeth.

Disadvantages

Composite resins have a notorious reputation for shrinking upon curing, however, uses as a dental restorative material focus on low shrinkage composites. According to the dentist beverly hills [http://www.alhambradental.com/blog], composite shrinkage can be reduced by altering the molecular and bulk composition of the resin.

About Anne Fields

Anne Fields, currently working as an assistant professor, has been presently active in the dental organizations over the United States. She has attained credibility and high respect for her vast experience as being one of the top 25 speakers these days. She also writes articles about proper dental hygene in her free time.

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