N J Woodley

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Many patients attend their dentist for advice, and often treatment, for tooth wear. Poor appearance and inadequate function are the most common presenting complaints but occasionally treatment is needed for acute or chronic pain or sensitivity. Although patients often prefer a fixed replacement for the missing tooth structure this is not always possible or(More)
The dental records of 50 patients with advanced tooth wear restored with removable prostheses were examined. Retrospective data were collected with regard to source of referral, presenting complaint, aetiological factors, clinical features, dentures provided, details of failures and maintenance. The maximum follow up period was three years. The ratio of(More)
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