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Video: The Five Pillars of Bonding Success

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Target Audience: Dental Assistants, Dentists

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The Five Pillars of Bonding


Ronald D. Perry, DMD, Director of the Gavel Center for Restorative Research and Clinical Professor at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, as well as a practicing dentist, discusses the importance of doing your research before choosing a bonding agent. Dr. Perry emphasizes the Five Pillars of bonding—in-vivo efficacy without post-operative pain, marginal integrity, bond compatibility, long-term durability, and consistency of strength and adhesion—which dental professionals can use as a guide to ensure they are using a bonding agent that will lead to successful outcomes for the patient and the practice.

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