27-2 20 Tips for Resin Veneer Cements
by Carlos A. Munoz-Viveros, DDS, MSD

The advent of etching enamel has given rise to the use of procelain veneers as a relatively conservative means of improving the appearance of teeth.  Since its introduction in the early 1980's, a number of techniques and product advances have been developed to assist clinicians in the restoration of the anterior dentition.  Becaus most of these restorations not only lack the necessary retention or resistance of conventional restorations but they also typically are very thin (.3 to .7 mm), the selection of the cement is critical to success.

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