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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin March 2011
29 MARCH 2011 Funded by the Australian Government Get involved. Apply online at rahc.com.au RAHC placements are paid and from as little as 3 weeks. Dental Health professionals are urgently needed now to fill short-term placements in remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory. RAHC health professionals are fully supported and cultural and clinical training is provided. Make 2011 your year to help make a difference in Indigenous oral health aesthetic update Fig 3. Fig 4. Fig 5. Figure 5 shows the completed treatment one week after placement. The bite was stabilized distally with an occlusal resin onlay on the 37 over the sandblasted amalgam. The right side space was utilized to over build a shoed cusp resin when the 46 root filling was completed. The root filled 34; 35 and attritted 33 and 34 were also bonded to provide some protection to ongoing wear. COMMENT This is the first time I've used pink plastic and I'm still at the bottom of the learning curve in regards to its aesthetic potential which is more forgiving at a "conversation distance" view. DISCLAIMER The statements made in the above article are published on the authority of the author and have not been peer-reviewed. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the ADA and publishing them is not to be regarded as an endorsement of them by the ADA. The author has no financial connection with the products or companies mentioned in this article.
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