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5-year follow-up of a prospective clinical study on various types of core restorations.

5-year follow-up of a prospective clinical study on various types of core restorations. This study tested whether: (1) the survival rate of cast post-and-core restorations is better than the survival of direct post-and-core restorations and post-free all-composite cores; and (2)the survival of these buildup restorations is influenced by the remaining dentin height after preparation. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The International journal of prosthodontics Pubmed

5-year follow-up of a prospective clinical study on various types of core restorations.

The International journal of prosthodontics , Volume 18 (1): 6 – Mar 29, 2005

5-year follow-up of a prospective clinical study on various types of core restorations.


Abstract

This study tested whether: (1) the survival rate of cast post-and-core restorations is better than the survival of direct post-and-core restorations and post-free all-composite cores; and (2)the survival of these buildup restorations is influenced by the remaining dentin height after preparation.

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0893-2174
pmid
15754890

Abstract

This study tested whether: (1) the survival rate of cast post-and-core restorations is better than the survival of direct post-and-core restorations and post-free all-composite cores; and (2)the survival of these buildup restorations is influenced by the remaining dentin height after preparation.

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The International journal of prosthodonticsPubmed

Published: Mar 29, 2005

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