Choice of Matrix System in Dentistry
A fundamental goal of the dental practitioner is to restore surface cavities and replace tooth structure that has been lost due to caries, trauma, or decay, injury, and other causes to "normal" anatomical specifications. Cognitive interpretation of tooth morphology achieved with appropriate materials and resources, as well as the required psychomotor skills for proper design and completion, are regarded as critical restoration strategies. Furthermore, if present, the original tooth structure visualization should greatly assist the dentist in creating a clinically acceptable restoration. Form and function are concepts that must be understood as they relate in the oral realm, as well as a result of inadequate restorative dental care will be investigated. The matrix system is utilised to offer shape and contour to the restoration as well as to maintain form throughout placement and setting of the restoration. This page provides a brief overview of the restoration matrixes and procedures, as well as their current position in endodontic treatment.