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Semi-indirect onlay

Dr. Jordi Manauta
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Technique in the dental office.

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Fig. 1:

Tooth 46 after endodontic treatment. To make an onlay, access to the pulp chamber was reconstructed and prepared with Estelite Asteria A3B

Fig. 2:

An alginate impression (Hydrogum 5, Zhermack) was taken while making sure that the impression surface had no bubbles

Fig. 3:

After 2 minutes the impression was developed with an extra hard Shore A 85/90 low viscosity silicone (Quick Die, Bisco)

Fig. 4:

The tooth structure was remodeled with two masses: A3B for dentin and OcE for enamel. The sectional technique entails making the marginal crest first, then performing the anatomical stratification towards the center and completing

Fig. 5:

Occlusal sulci were characterized using Estelite Color Dark Brown. The artifact was finished and polished in situ on the silicone model to obtain an optimum marginal adaptation and a precise contact point for the onlay

Fig. 6:

The same composite used for making the prosthetic artifact was used for cementing, after slightly warming it up to make it flow more easily

Fig. 7:

The restoration was pressed slowly and constantly in situ until it was perfectly seated. Excess material was then removed

Fig. 8:

Upon completion of the cementation, the restoration appeared excellently integrated and this is even more evident after hydrating the tooth

Fig. 9:

Completed restoration

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