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Composite Resin Publications


"Preparations In Composite Resin Part I: Principles And Instrumentation For Class V, Cusp Tips, And Incisal Attrition" Oral Health Journal, December 2011 Pgs.48-61


This article covers preparation axioms and instrumentation for Incisal Attrition, Class V, and Cusp tip restorations It can be found at http://www.oralhealthgroup.com/news/preparations-in-composite-resin-part-i-principles-and-instrumentation-for-class-v-cusp-tips-and/1000738881/?type=Print%20Archivesexternal link

"Design Principles for Class II Preparations" Oral Health Journal December 2012,pgs 60-68


This article covers design principles fundamental to Class II preparations in order to facilitate intelligent debate.
http://www.oralhealthgroup.com/features/design-principles-for-class-ii-preparations/external link
A second follow-up article, detailing instrumentation, was published in July 2013, see below.

"Preparation, Principles, and Instrumentation for Class II Restorations"

This article provides a detailed rationale for preparation designs, based on tooth histology, and clinically effective methods for executing them. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Restorative dentistry and Prosthodontics, Spring 2013. http://cardp.ca/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/CARDP_V6N1-Spring13.pdfexternal link Starts at page 40.

"Modifications to Class II GV Black Preparations for Composite Resin", Oral Health Journal, July 2013.

This article details the instrumentation for composite Class II preparations.
http://www.oralhealthgroup.com/news/modifications-to-class-ii-gv-black-preparations-for-composite-resin-dr-peter-walford-dds-fcardp/1002451042/?type=Print%20Archivesexternal link



Adhesive Prosthodontics Publications


"A New Prosthetic Retainer for Splinting and Tooth Replacement", Journal of the Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics, Spring 2012, Vol 5-1, pgs. 24-38.


This article covers the Inlay Maryland concept and technique and various applications for its use, and details a highly cosmetic case result replacing a lateral incisor, cantilevering from a cuspid. Pages 24-38
https://cardp.ca/wp-content/uploads/blogs.dir/1/files/CARDP_V5N1-Spring12.pdfexternal link