Article: Volume 46 Number 8 Page 705 - September 2019

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Editorial:  The genesis of minimal cavity design

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Abstract: Cavity design is an important consideration in direct restorative dentistry: readers will be aware from their own clinical experience that large cavities fail more readily than small and that large cavities, especially in premolar teeth, may predispose to cusp fracture.

Author notes: Trevor Burke

 

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