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Are fourth generation bonding agents still acceptable?

Dr. Gordon Christensen answers questions from readers and offers his answers based on research, dentists' opinions worldwide, and personal observation.

In this video, Dr. Gordon Christensen weighs in on the gold standard of bonding agents and what you have to watch out for in using them. He also explains the type of bonding agents he uses in his practice and why.

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