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Article: Volume 43 Number 7 Page 608 - September 2016

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  Dent Update 2016; 43: 608-616

Restorative dentistry:  Resin-Bonded Bridges – the Problem or the Solution? Part 2: Practical Techniques

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Abstract: This is the second part of this two-part series. The first paper discussed key aspects of case selection, planning and design of resin-bonded bridges (RBBs). This paper outlines the important clinical stages involved in the successful provision of RBBs, including communication with the dental laboratory, clinical protocols and management of the de-bonded RBB.

Clinical relevance: This paper aims to provide the general dental practitioner with a practical guide to the successful provision of RBBs, highlighting common barriers to successful treatment and how these may be overcome.

Author notes: Jasneet Singh Gulati, BDS, PgCert(DentEd), MFDS RCPS(Glas), Dental Core Trainee 1 (gulatij@gmail.com), Sara Tabiat-Pour, BDS, MSc, MFDS RCS(Eng), FDS(Rest Dent) RCS, Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Sophie Watkins, BDS, MSc, FDS(Rest Dent), RCPS FDS RCS(Eng), Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, King’s Health Partners and Avijit Banerjee, BDS, MSc, PhD(Lond), LDS FDS(Rest Dent), FDS RCS(Eng) FHEA, Professor of Cariology and Operative Dentistry/Honorary Consultant and Clinical Lead, Restorative Dentistry, KCL Dental Institute at Guy’s Hospital, King’s Health Partners, London, UK.

Objective: To understand the minimally invasive operative aspects of resin-bonded bridge provision.