Dr. Devin McClintock is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine (2016), where she graduated with honors and a minor concentration in esthetics. Since graduating, her dedication to continuing education has not ceased. After completing two years of General Practice Residency and a year as an associate in a private practice, she was one of a few residents selected to complete a two-year residency with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Currently, she is an associate at a private practice in Williamsburg, VA. When not practicing, she enjoys continuing her education by attending courses at the Kois Center in Seattle, WA, as well as assisting with the imPRES lecture series in Charleston, SC.
One of the most routine, yet complex, procedures completed by dentists is the Class II restoration. Despite being common place in every day practice, the Class II restoration requires many technique-sensitive steps in order to ensure long-term stability.
Achieving successful, long-term restorations is dependent on maintaining a clean, dry and isolated field during the bonding process. While many options exist for achieving a dry field, the rubber dam reigns supreme.
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