Post endo everX Flow core build up for indirect restorations by Rudolf Novotny

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To learn more about the dental restoratives used in this video, check the respective links: everX Flow: Short-fibre reinforced flowable composite for dentine replacement: G-ænial Universal Injectable: High-strength restorative composite: G-Premio BOND: One-component light-cured universal adhesive: Dr. Novotny decided to restore this endodontically treated lower molar with an overlay; on one hand, this restoration is minimally invasive; on the other hand, the cusp reduction and consequent occlusal coverage reduce the risk of fractures. In this video, only the part where the core is built up, is shown. To reinforce the core, the fibre-reinforced composite everX Flow from GC was chosen: this material has a high fracture toughness and a flowable viscosity for an easy application and good adaptation. First, the cleaned cavity is etched and rinsed. Next, the bonding is applied; in this case, the universal bonding G-Premio BOND from GC was chosen. The approximal wall was built with G-ænial Universal Injectable from GC, a high-strength composite with convenient thixotropic properties. The same material was also used to seal the canal entrances. Next, the cavity was filled with everX Flow: the Bulk shade was used, which can be cured in layers of up to 5.5 mm. The occlusal part was finalised with G-ænial Universal Injectable. In a later phase, the treatment will be continued with the preparation for the overlay. The overlay itself will be made with CERASMART270, which is a force-absorbing hybrid ceramic with excellent strength and wear resistance, thus ideal for the posterior dentition.

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