For young patients rebuilding the anatomy in class II cavity restorations is a major issue but not making too many occlusal adjustments after finishing the layering procedures is one of the same importance aspects. The following images show the step-by-step treatment we performed for treating decay on the upper first premolar of a 15-year-old teenager. ...

Class II (interproximal) decay involves the proximal surface of a posterior tooth and it is a common occurrence in many dental patients. One challenge for the clinician is to accurately recreate a physical contact to the adjacent tooth and, at the same time, to restore proper interproximal anatomic form. This case involves a teenager 16 years old with an interproximal lesion in his left lower molar (#36)....

The patient, a 25 years old male came to our attention presenting a dentoalveolar trauma with fracture of incisor 21 and partial chipping of incisal edge on 11. Since no pulp exposure was observed, we decided to proceed to the immediate dentinal sealing followed by the direct composite reconstruction of the tooth anatomy. The following images show the step-by-step restorative procedure using the Unica anterior matrix. ...

A 28 years old male patient came to our attention complaining of pain by chewing and some sensibility in correspondence of the first Quadrant. A preliminary clinical evaluation and bite X-rays evidenced the presence of multiple primary and secondary carious lesions on premolar 15 and molars 16 and 17 under previous composite restorations. ...

The patient came to our attention for the replacement of an old amalgam on molar 26. The following images show the step-by-step direct composite restoration procedure using myQuickmat Forte kit (Polydentia) in combination of the myTines Small and myTines Large (Polydentia). The myTines Large are a very useful tools when restoring wide cavities even in case of a missing cusp. ...