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WedgeGuard MO/DO Case by Dr Graeme Milicich

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Prep Class II & III cavities, veneers and crowns much faster with a WedgeGuard as the worry of damaging the neighboring tooth is eliminated. Even better, the WedgeGuard conveniently turns into a …

Prep Class II & III cavities, veneers and crowns much faster with a WedgeGuard as the worry of damaging the neighboring tooth is eliminated. Even better, the WedgeGuard conveniently turns into a Wave-Wedge, saving time and money.

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  • 1. WedgeGuard MO/DO Case
    By Dr Graeme Milicich, BDS
  • 2. 1
    There was insufficient movement in the teeth to allow for the placement of two WedgeGuards. The mesialWedgeGuard was placed first.
  • 3. 2
    On small teeth, the guard may be a bit high so the height was adjusted with a high-speed bur to improve visual access during the cavity preparation.
  • 4. 3
    Adjusted WedgeGuard.
  • 5. 4
    Following completion of the mesial cavity, the metal protractor was removed with a pair of Pin-Tweezers, leaving the Wave-Wedge in place.
  • 6. 5
    The second WedgeGuard was then easily placed to protect the distal once the pressure associated with the mesialWedgeGuard had been removed.
  • 7. 6
    The WedgeGuard provided excellen security while preparing the margins of the cavity.
  • 8. 7
    Completed distal cavity. The metal protector was then removed and the wedges were eased out to allow for the placement of the V3 Tab-Matrices. The wedge was then repositioned and the V3 Rings placed to secure the matrices and control the contact points.
  • 9. 8
    V3 Tab-Matrices secured with the Wave-Wedge portion of the WedgeGuard, and V3 Rings in place prior to the restorative phase.
  • 10. 9
    Completed case.