Contact Perfect Matrix Band - Quick-Easy-Perfect

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Contact Perfect - a universal matrix band for Class II restorations ( molar and bicuspid) with a removable extrusion window providing superior direct contact to the adjacent tooth, resulting in …

Contact Perfect - a universal matrix band for Class II restorations ( molar and bicuspid) with a removable extrusion window providing superior direct contact to the adjacent tooth, resulting in natural tooth contours and minimizing patient sensitivity.

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  • 1. Matrix bands for perfect, predictable contact.. Contact Perfect every time
  • 2. Contact Perfect
  • 3. “ CONTACT PERFECT” by Arnel Dental 0
  • 4. Typical Problems:
    • Proximal anatomy not created
    • Leaves large food traps
    • Marginal ridge contact is “thin” w/ resultant fracture of the ridge
    • Potential for recurrent decay and periodontal disease
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  • 5. Advantages:
    • “Contact Perfect” each and every time!
    • Universal Molar / Bicuspid for MO/DO
    • Application
    • Uses conventional Tofflemire Matrix band holder
    • .001 thickness
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  • 6. What’s the difference.. 0
  • 7. Contact Perfect Sectional
    • Tofflemire allows for conservative inter-proximal tooth reduction
    • Tofflemire allows for placement around entire tooth
    • Requires wider embrasures, tension from C-ring increases risk of Cuspal fractures
    • Spring loaded C-rings prone to dislodge; ? Aspiration w/out Rubber dam
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  • 8.
    • Allows for a Contact Perfect MOD restoration w/ a single matrix band
    • Tofflemire permits multiple tooth surface restoration w/ one band
    • Must use 2 bands and 2 C-rings for an MOD doubling the effort and potential dislodgement
    • Limited surface area restricts restoration to proximal area
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  • 9.
    • Shielded window allows for superior resin compaction and eliminates gingival axial voids
    • Contact Perfect “tap” after removing shield yields the ultimate contact
    • Excessive compaction can encourage unwanted buccal-lingual extrusion
    • Weak or open contacts can occur upon band removal
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  • 10.
    • Does not rely on heavy wedging and therefore kinder to PDM
    • Use of Tofflemire can be done by CDA
    • Need for aggressive tooth separation to achieve contact w/ increased trauma to PDM; ? Inc. post-op sensitivity?
    • Must be placed by Dr.
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  • 11.
    • Universal band; minimal chair-side armamentarium
    • Contact Perfect every time!
    • Need multiple band sizes, rings and insertion instruments
    • Contact perfect sometime.
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  • 12. Contact Perfect Technique Quick - Easy - Perfect
  • 13. Place and Align the Band: MO/DO Wedge is optional
  • 14. Step 1: Axial Ramp - CURE
  • 15. Step 2: Fill - DO NOT CURE
  • 16. Step 3: Remove Window
  • 17. Step 4: THE TAP (or push) Photo-cure after dimple then fill dimple and photo-cure
  • 18. Resin before “tap” displacement
  • 19. Resin after “tap” displacement
  • 20. Clinical Case MOD Bicuspid
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  • 25. Purchase Information Arnel Dental 0