Clinical considerations for aesthetic laboratory-fabricated inlay/onlay restorations: a review.Pract Proced Aesthet Dent. 2001 Jan-Feb; 13(1):51-8; quiz 60.PP
The continued evolution of adhesive technology and materials has increased the application of composite materials for the direct and indirect restoration of posterior dentition. While these innovations cannot address every restorative challenge, such developments do allow clinicians to use conservative preparation designs and varying surface treatments in their efforts to achieve functional and aesthetic results. This discussion details the comprehensive clinical protocol required to use laboratory-fabricated resin systems for inlay/onlay restorations.