[Mixed amalgam-composite restorations. A new conservative technique].
Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza".Dental Cadmos 11/1990; 58(15):54-8, 61-4, 67.
The Authors used two different materials: amalgam and composite, for the restoration of the same dental element. This type of reconstruction, defined as "mixed-restoration" is analysed both theoretically, demonstrating the principles which allowed its realization, and from a practical view-point, through the presentation of three clinical cases which clarify the technique used.
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