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1(a–d)). Several other factors are inter-related and play a role in the clinical manifestation of events that develop during the polymerization of the resin composite. Among these factors, cavity dimensions, resin elastic modulus, resin viscosity, shrinkage, contraction stress, tensile modulus and flow are the most relevant . The application of increments of 2 mm or less has been recommended because the C-factor for a small increment is lower than for bulk filling and, therefore, minimizes the harmful effects of stress development at the adhesive interface.
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