Today more than ever we are spoilt for choice when planning and delivering indirect restoration. From the moment our patient comes in, we have much to consider before deciding on the treatment plan. As a dentist we know that no two patients are alike and it is therefore important to follow a holistic approach in treatment planning considering the choice of indirect restoration and type of preparation which is best suited to the patient’s clinical situation. This paradigm shift in consideration of indirect restorations has also effected the choice of luting solutions. The conventional luting protocols also have undergone a paradigm shift.
The session focuses on luting of various prosthesis of various substrates by understanding “ when to bond & when to cement “ theory and helps in redefining the protocols of luting.