INTRODUCTION
 Are among the newer techniques which show long
term success.
 This treatment of resin restoration has vari...
PRR
 PRR utilizes the invasive and non invasive treatment
of borderline or questionable caries.
 The resin placed in the...
Deep pit and fissures on tooth surface
require sealant therapy
If caries present in one area or part of the
pits or fissures
That particular caries is restored and remaining pits
and fi...
TYPES
Based on the extent and depth of the carious lesion ,
PRR are of 3 types
a) type A
b) type B
c) type C
Type A
TYPE A
 Comprises of deep pit and fissures
where caries is limited to enamel.
 The preparation size is very small.
 A s...
Type B
TYPE B
 Minimal exploratory carious lesion.
 The preparation is by size 2 round bur.
 The restoration requires some fil...
Type C
TYPE C
 Isolated carious lesion
need for greater exploratory preparation into
dentin.
 large size bur is used.
 A bevel...
STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED
 Thorough prophylaxis to be done.
 Teeth should be isolated with rubber dam or cotton
rolls.
 Any ...
TYPE A TYPE B
ADVANTAGES
 Minimal cavity preparation is required
thus prevents unnecessary removal of healthy tooth
structure for reten...
Conventional restoration
leading to complete tooth loss
PRR with minimal
tooth loss
 Loss of the restoration and subsequent
replacement proves to be less invasive than
that for conventional restoration lik...
PRECAUTIONS
Early loss of PRR similar to pit and fissure
sealants
due to insufficient etching
so, it is very important to ...
THANK YOU
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Preventive resin restoration ppt

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. INTRODUCTION  Are among the newer techniques which show long term success.  This treatment of resin restoration has various distinct advantages over the traditional amalgam restorations.  But it requires an excellent isolation of moisture and saliva contamination.
  • 2. PRR  PRR utilizes the invasive and non invasive treatment of borderline or questionable caries.  The resin placed in the carious areas and adjacent caries susceptible areas, seals them from the oral environment and provides a valuable treatment alternative to conventional restorations like amalgam.
  • 3. Deep pit and fissures on tooth surface require sealant therapy
  • 4. If caries present in one area or part of the pits or fissures That particular caries is restored and remaining pits and fissures are protected with sealants PREVENTIVE RESIN RESTORATION
  • 5. TYPES Based on the extent and depth of the carious lesion , PRR are of 3 types a) type A b) type B c) type C
  • 6. Type A
  • 7. TYPE A  Comprises of deep pit and fissures where caries is limited to enamel.  The preparation size is very small.  A slow speed round bur is used to remove any decalcified enamel.  Unfilled resin or sealent is used to restore the preparations of carious lesions.
  • 8. Type B
  • 9. TYPE B  Minimal exploratory carious lesion.  The preparation is by size 2 round bur.  The restoration requires some filler to the unfilled resin.
  • 10. Type C
  • 11. TYPE C  Isolated carious lesion need for greater exploratory preparation into dentin.  large size bur is used.  A bevel is placed on the enamel cavosurface margin of the preparation.  Unfilled resin layer followed by filled composite is introduced into the preparation.
  • 12. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED  Thorough prophylaxis to be done.  Teeth should be isolated with rubber dam or cotton rolls.  Any decalcified areas over the tooth surface to be removed with the bur.  Acid etchant to be applied.  Washing and drying.  Bonding agent to be applied .  Then the cavity to be restored with sealant.
  • 13. TYPE A TYPE B
  • 14. ADVANTAGES  Minimal cavity preparation is required thus prevents unnecessary removal of healthy tooth structure for retention.  Seals caries halting the destruction of tooth. Eg: teeth with pit and fissure
  • 15. Conventional restoration leading to complete tooth loss
  • 16. PRR with minimal tooth loss
  • 17.  Loss of the restoration and subsequent replacement proves to be less invasive than that for conventional restoration like amalgam.
  • 18. PRECAUTIONS Early loss of PRR similar to pit and fissure sealants due to insufficient etching so, it is very important to maintain excellent isolation from moisture contamination
  • 19. THANK YOU

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