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OBJECTIVE The restoration of non-caries cervical lesions has long been a challenge. Until recently, compomers were the restorative materials of choice. The aim of this in-vivo study was to evaluate the long-term clinical performance of Dyract restorations in non-caries cervical lesions. METHOD AND MATERIALS Forty-two patients with Dyract restorations of… (More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this retrospective study was to evaluate the long-term clinical outcomes of posterior composite resin sandwich restorations, and secondarily to assess the influence of potential factors on survival and causes of failure. METHOD AND MATERIALS Two hundred and four posterior Herculite XRV restorations due to primary caries performed… (More)
PURPOSE The aim of this in vitro study was to evaluate the mechanical properties (bending strength and hardness) of seven different fiber reinforced composite posts, in relation to their microstructural characteristics. MATERIALS AND METHODS Two hundred eighty posts were divided into seven groups of 40, one group for each type of post analyzed. Within… (More)
This article describes the use of a copper band as a matrix to build up resin cores in endodontically treated teeth that have a partially subgingival margin. The copper band is adjusted to the contour of the remaining dental structure and extends beyond the margins to ensure complete isolation in order to provide a matrix to fabricate a core.