ELISABETA VASILESCU, ALINA DOCAN, VLAD GABRIEL VASILESCU,CAMELIA LACRAMIOARA POPA, DAN CRISTIAN IONEL, CRISTIAN MUNTENITA EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE USE OF DIACRYLIC COMPOSITE RESINS IN RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY BY COMPENSATORY TECHINIQUES The materials as well as the procedures successfully used in modern restorative dentistry are based on scientific selection criteria which can predict outstanding results both in terms of physiological aspects and durability of the workmanship. The rationale of using certain materials and the success or failure to use certain techniques have contributed in time to the evolution of restorative dentistry. The optimal way of combining the material with its application and finishing technique implies an exhaustive approach to the subject that still requires the specialistsí research and concern for their improvement and development. Among the restorative materials, those that meet the patientsí aesthetic exigencies are the composite resins. In spite of all the advantages resulting from their intrinsic characteristics, it should be noted though that composite resins still have inconveniences related in the first place to the polymerization contraction/shrinkage, which causes a gap between the obturation and the dental tissue further resulting in the generation of marginal micro-infiltrations with all the related drawbacks. Knowing the behavior of the material and understanding its use in various manners can help the practitioner in its efforts to minimize undesirable effects, which is generally possible by applying compensatory clinical techniques. The aim of the experimental research is to evaluate the marginal micro-infiltrations from the class II cavity restorations with composite diacrylic resins according to the different techniques of restoration (stratification technique, flow technique and pre-photopolymerized insert technique) and the establishment of the optimal restorative technique to minimize side effects.