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Fixed space maintainers combined with open-face stainless steel crowns.
OBJECTIVE This study investigates the clinical performance of fixed space maintainers placed on seriously damaged abutment teeth. METHODS Crowns were placed on damaged abutment primary teeth. FixedExpand
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Evaluation of success in the reattachment of coronal fractures.
The aim of this study was to evaluate clinically and radiographically the restored teeth using reattachment technique of fractured fragment to the remaining tooth. This study was conducted on 11Expand
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A one-year clinical evaluation of a high-viscosity glass ionomer cement in primary molars.
In this study one-year clinical results of high-viscosity glass ionomer cement (GIC) (Fuji IX, A3, GC, Japan) were determined in class I and class II restorations in 68 primary molars with occlusalExpand
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A two-year evaluation of four different fissure sealants
AIM: To evaluate fissure sealants based on Bis-GMA [Fissurit F (FF) and Fissurit FX (FFX)], compomer [Dyract Seal (DS)] and ormocer [Admira Seal (AS)] with respect to retention, marginal integrityExpand
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The repair of preveneered posterior stainless steel crowns
PURPOSE This study's purposes were to determine the shear bond strength (SBS) for and to perform dye penetration (microleakage) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) evaluations of preveneeredExpand
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