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Clinical study on the reasons for and location of failures of metal-ceramic restorations and survival of repairs.

Clinical study on the reasons for and location of failures of metal-ceramic restorations and... A recently introduced technique, the Cojet system, using SiOx (Al2O3 coated with silisic acid), provides ultrafine mechanical retention by sandblasting, as well as a chemicophysical bond between the metal-ceramic and the composite resin. This study determined the reasons for and locations of failures of metal-ceramic restorations and evaluated the survival of the intraoral silica-coating system used for the repair of failed restorations. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The International journal of prosthodontics Pubmed

Clinical study on the reasons for and location of failures of metal-ceramic restorations and survival of repairs.

The International journal of prosthodontics , Volume 15 (3): 4 – Jul 30, 2002

Clinical study on the reasons for and location of failures of metal-ceramic restorations and survival of repairs.


Abstract

A recently introduced technique, the Cojet system, using SiOx (Al2O3 coated with silisic acid), provides ultrafine mechanical retention by sandblasting, as well as a chemicophysical bond between the metal-ceramic and the composite resin. This study determined the reasons for and locations of failures of metal-ceramic restorations and evaluated the survival of the intraoral silica-coating system used for the repair of failed restorations.

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ISSN
0893-2174
pmid
12066495

Abstract

A recently introduced technique, the Cojet system, using SiOx (Al2O3 coated with silisic acid), provides ultrafine mechanical retention by sandblasting, as well as a chemicophysical bond between the metal-ceramic and the composite resin. This study determined the reasons for and locations of failures of metal-ceramic restorations and evaluated the survival of the intraoral silica-coating system used for the repair of failed restorations.

Journal

The International journal of prosthodonticsPubmed

Published: Jul 30, 2002

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