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Minimally Invasive Technique for the Treatment of a Wedge Defect in Hard Tissues

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The purpose of the study to improve the therapy of a wedge-shaped defect of hard dental tissues using a minimally invasive method. We have found that wedge-shaped defects in hard tissues of teeth directly affect the qualitative and quantitative composition of the microbiocenosis of the oral cavity, the hygienic state of the oral cavity. To extend the restoration period, it is recommended to use the Camouflage filling material, but in general, for dental practice, given the economic side of the issue, for the treatment of wedge-shaped defects, we recommend adhering to the complex treatment algorithm due to the severity of the clinical course of the disease.

Abstract

The purpose of the study to improve the therapy of a wedge-shaped defect of hard dental tissues using a minimally invasive method. We have found that wedge-shaped defects in hard tissues of teeth directly affect the qualitative and quantitative composition of the microbiocenosis of the oral cavity, the hygienic state of the oral cavity. To extend the restoration period, it is recommended to use the Camouflage filling material, but in general, for dental practice, given the economic side of the issue, for the treatment of wedge-shaped defects, we recommend adhering to the complex treatment algorithm due to the severity of the clinical course of the disease.

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minimally invasive technique
wedge-shaped defects of hard tissues of teeth
filling material
Expert assessment of the quality of fillings

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A., S. U. ., Sh., A. S. ., E., S. I., & J., A. X. (2023). Minimally Invasive Technique for the Treatment of a Wedge Defect in Hard Tissues. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 32, 50-52. Retrieved from https://cejsr.academicjournal.io/index.php/journal/article/view/1662
  • Submitted
    23 January 2023
  • Revised
    23 January 2023
  • Published
    23 January 2023