Should Class II resin-based composite preparations have bevels on occlusal or proximal margins?

In this video, Dr. Gordon Christensen says the question of whether Class II resin-based composite preparations should have bevels on occlusal or proximal margins is a frustrating question, but the answer is actually quite easy. The main thing is to finish with non-traumatic instruments.

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

In this video, Dr. Christensen says the question of whether Class II RBCs should have bevels on occlusal or proximal margins is a frustrating question, but the answer is actually quite easy. The main thing is to finish with non-traumatic instruments.

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