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A clinical evaluation of dentinal slot, amalgapin & T.M.S. retention in amalgam restorations.

A clinical evaluation of dentinal slot, amalgapin & T.M.S. retention in amalgam restorations. In this study, clinical performance of Dentinal slot, Amalgapin & Pin Retained Amalgam restoration was evaluated. The study was performed in 20 patients requiring extensive restoration. Clinical evaluation was done by two caliberated experts at 6 months, one year, & one & half year duration. It was concluded that Dentinal slot restorations showed better clinical performance than the Pin retained restorations. However results of Amalgapin restorations were not that promising. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Federation of operative dentistry Pubmed

A clinical evaluation of dentinal slot, amalgapin & T.M.S. retention in amalgam restorations.

Federation of operative dentistry , Volume 1 (1): 4 – Aug 29, 1991

A clinical evaluation of dentinal slot, amalgapin & T.M.S. retention in amalgam restorations.


Abstract

In this study, clinical performance of Dentinal slot, Amalgapin & Pin Retained Amalgam restoration was evaluated. The study was performed in 20 patients requiring extensive restoration. Clinical evaluation was done by two caliberated experts at 6 months, one year, & one & half year duration. It was concluded that Dentinal slot restorations showed better clinical performance than the Pin retained restorations. However results of Amalgapin restorations were not that promising.

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Abstract

In this study, clinical performance of Dentinal slot, Amalgapin & Pin Retained Amalgam restoration was evaluated. The study was performed in 20 patients requiring extensive restoration. Clinical evaluation was done by two caliberated experts at 6 months, one year, & one & half year duration. It was concluded that Dentinal slot restorations showed better clinical performance than the Pin retained restorations. However results of Amalgapin restorations were not that promising.

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Federation of operative dentistryPubmed

Published: Aug 29, 1991

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