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Marginal and internal fit of all-ceramic CAD/CAM crown-copings on chamfer preparations.
The fit of conventional and CAD/CAM all-ceramic molar crown-copings covered the same range of gap width confirming the assumed hypothesis.
Clinical evaluation of adhesively placed Cerec endo-crowns after 2 years--preliminary results.
The overall clinical quality of the Cerec endo-crowns was very good, and so far, the clinical concept appears feasible.
Survival of ceramic computer-aided design/manufacturing crowns bonded to preparations with reduced macroretention geometry.
Strength and fracture pattern of monolithic CAD/CAM-generated posterior crowns.
Clinical and SEM evaluation of all-ceramic chair-side CAD/CAM-generated partial crowns.
The effect of hardware and software on the quality of Cerec all-ceramic partial crowns was investigated in this cross-sectional study, indicating acceptable restoration quality except for one breakage in group 1.
A randomized controlled clinical trial of 3-unit posterior zirconia-ceramic fixed dental prostheses (FDP) with layered or pressed veneering ceramics: 3-year results.
Sinus floor elevation using an osteotome technique without grafting materials or membranes.
- P. Schmidlin, Jakob Müller, A. Bindl, Homas Imfeld
- Medicine, Materials ScienceThe International journal of periodontics…
- 1 August 2008
Within the limitations of this study, use of the schneiderian membrane led to considerable bone regeneration, and good clinical success was achieved despite the omission of graft materials.
Fit of all-ceramic posterior fixed partial denture frameworks in vitro.
- A. Bindl, W. Mörmann
- Materials Science, MedicineThe International journal of periodontics…
- 1 December 2007
CAD/CAM produced better marginal and internal accuracy of fit compared to slip casting and CAM techniques.
Survival rate of mono-ceramic and ceramic-core CAD/CAM-generated anterior crowns over 2-5 years.
The clinical performance of mono-ceramic crowns was judged to be similar to that of ceramic core crowns, and non-significant shifts from A- to B-ratings occurred, particularly for marginal adaptation, for both crown types.
An up to 5-year clinical evaluation of posterior in-ceram CAD/CAM core crowns.
- A. Bindl, W. Mörmann
- Medicine, Materials ScienceThe International journal of prosthodontics
- 1 September 2002
The clinical quality of CAD/CAM-generated In-Ceram Alumina and In-ceram Spinell posterior crowns was excellent and within the limitations of this study, both types of crowns appeared to be feasible.