Amalgam Overhang—Commonest Unseen Procedural Mistake in Class II Amalgam Restoration
Keywords:Amalgam overhang, Bone loss, Class II restoration.
An amalgam overhang is the part of the amalgam restoration that is extended beyond the confines of cavity preparation. Amalgam overhang is one of the most common errors which remain unnoticed at the time of restoration and finally leads to bone loss, secondary caries, pain, etc. This case depicts the problem associated with overhang and how the removal of the overhang leads to healing of the bone.
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Dwivedi, V., Tyagi, S., Choubey, S., & Deshmukh, R. (1970). Amalgam Overhang—Commonest Unseen Procedural Mistake in Class II Amalgam Restoration. Journal of Orofacial Research, 5(2), 54–55. Retrieved from https://mansapublishers.com/index.php/jofr/article/view/2042