wait seconds and then ameritas denta I go ahead and edge all the Denton seconds and then I’m rinsing right away so what that gives me is it gives you an enamel that’s rinse or etched for to seconds and it gives me a dent in that edge from to seconds again
This is not gonna be something that’s gonna damage the Denton even if you’re using a soft edge bonding agent a soft edge adhesive I recommend doing this why because the soft edge adhesives .
They really don’t work unless you’re doing them properly they don’t work unless you’re having to mechanically rub it in to the dentin and honestly I just have a little bit of a doubts though with the soft edge bonding agents so I always catch and really don’t have any sensitivity because .
The sensitivity is coming from those other areas that we spoke about okay after we saw fetch we bond and we go ahead and put our composite in and again if we follow the biomimetic approach we’re not gonna have much finishing or not much polishing to do towards the end so
This is actually a finished restoration already we’re gonna look a little bit ahead to see how it actually gets polished but I just want to show you that the biomimetic approach shows us that
The primary anatomy is actually done before we start to polish before we start to finish we want to make sure that we have primary anatomy following the tooth structure so I’ll show you some tips and tricks in the course.
I thought we can accomplish this and actually accomplish it very quickly without actually spending minutes minutes to an hour and a restoration just by creating some primary Anatomy so it’s something that can be