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Findings from Complutense University Provide New Insights into Dentistry
June 2nd, 2011
According to a study from Madrid, Spain, "Statement of problem. Marginal fit is an important factor for the long-term success of ceramic restorations; however, it is difficult to compare results from studies on marginal accuracy of zirconium oxide-based restorations that used various computer-assisted systems, because different methods were used to obtain the data."
"The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of different manufacturing techniques on the marginal adaptation of zirconia ceramic copings. An extracted mandibular first premolar was prepared for a complete coverage restoration and subsequently duplicated 40 times in a liquid crystal polymer (LCP)....
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Source: Computer Business Week (2011-06-02)