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Potential for tooth fracture in restorative dentistry.
Increasing awareness of tooth fracture, both complete and incomplete, as a significant disease entity has led to improved diagnostic techniques. By using compact, easily handled, fiber opticExpand
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Fractures of posterior teeth in adults.
Examined in this study were 191 patients with 206 complete or incomplete fractures of posterior teeth. The patients ranged in age from 14 to 76 years, with 66.5% younger than 40 years. The number ofExpand
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Occlusal analysis and treatment planning for restorative dentistry.
  • B. Braly
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 February 1972
Abstract Successful restorative dentistry depends upon careful and systematic collection of information, analysis, and planning. Articulating devices can be of considerable help in achieving thisExpand
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A preliminary wax up as a diagnostic aid in occlusal rehabilitation
Abstract Herein is described a technique for diagnosing and planning the treatment of patients needing occlusal rehabilitation. Tooth preparations are made on accurately mounted casts and theExpand
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Fracture resistance of human teeth with mesial-occlusal-distal cavities prepared with sharp and round internal line forms.
  • W. Eakle, B. Braly
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 May 1985
Conservative MOD amalgam-type preparations of similar dimensions were cut in extracted contralateral maxillary first premolars; one preparation for each pair had sharp internal line angles and theExpand
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Incompletely fractured teeth--a survey of endodontists.
By means of questionnaires, 303 endodontists were asked about their experiences in the diagnosis and treatment of incompletely fractured teeth. The present article discloses the results relative toExpand
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Relationship of tooth form and function.
  • B V Braly
  • Medicine
  • Journal - California Dental Association
  • 1969