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Peel said that the Irish had a habit of exaggerating reports of distress; since he had been Chief Secretary for Ireland between 1812 and 1818, his experience might have told him that there might have had some truth in his comment, but in 1816 he had produced a contingency plan for the government in case economic disaster ever struck Ireland. Teaching the placement of a glass-ionomer cement base under a posterior composite in a moderately deep – let alone a shallow cavity seems to have faded away since the time of the last surveys and, given best evidence, is to be welcomed. 13, 16 There is now little, if any, justification for the placement of a glass-ionomer cement base under a posterior composite – a technique which it is suggested will come to be viewed as a 'hangover' from amalgam placement techniques, 21 emphasised by a recent study which highlights that the placement of a glass-ionomer base is of no real benefit in avoiding post-treatment sensitivity in posterior composite patients. 37 Apart from serving no real purpose, a cement base greatly reduces the surface area available for bonding and, in turn, limits the extent to which a posterior composite may restore the biomechanical properties of the affected tooth.

Pages: 352

Publisher: Putnam Adult; First Edition edition (January 27, 2009)

ISBN: 0399155503

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