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Posterior Direct Composite Placement

The placement of direct posterior restorations is one of the most frequently performed dental procedures.1,2 As such, materials with predictable handling for ease of use are vital to clinicians' armamentarium. Dental professionals must also ensure the long-term clinical stability of these restorations, since their location dictates that additional benefits, such as resistance to wear, are necessary for success and long-term function.
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