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The ferrule effect: a literature review.
TLDR
It can be concluded that a ferrule is desirable, but should not be provided at the expense of the remaining tooth/root structure.
The effect of cement thickness on the fracture strength of all-ceramic crowns.
TLDR
It was concluded that increasing the cement thickness above 70 microns reduced the fracture strength of porcelain jacket crowns.
A rationale for retrievability of fixed, implant-supported prostheses: a complication-based analysis.
TLDR
The practice of permanently cementing implant-based prostheses may conflict with the likelihood of biologic and technical failure, and the retrievability of fixed, implant-supported prostheses is therefore an important consideration in delivering quality, patient-based treatment outcomes.
The effect of die-spacing on crown retention.
  • S. Carter, P. Wilson
  • Materials Science, Medicine
    The International journal of prosthodontics
  • 1996
TLDR
Ten extracted molar teeth were prepared to a standardised complete crown preparation and the force required to remove the crowns before cementation decreased with increasing layers of die-spacer.
Mechanical properties of nickel-titanium endodontic instruments and the effect of sodium hypochlorite treatment.
TLDR
NiTi files were superior in flexibility, and Maillefer and Brasseler instruments were the best of the instruments tested, and NaOCl had no statistically significant effect.
A new imaging technique for measuring the surface strains applied to dentine.
TLDR
Very small samples of dentine may be investigated for strain in more than one direction using the imaging technique described, and results may be more appropriate for finding relative directional change rather than obtaining the elastic properties of the dentine.
Pulpal space pressure and temperature changes from Nd:YAG laser irradiation of dentin.
TLDR
Regardless of the remaining dentin thickness (RDT), laser irradiation and the use of a high-speed diamond bur use generated an increase in pulpal space pressure and temperature.
Effect of increasing cement space on cementation of artificial crowns.
  • P. Wilson
  • Materials Science, Medicine
    The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 June 1994
TLDR
It was concluded that providing cement space substantially facilitated seating of crowns during cementation.
Optimal cement space for resin luting cements.
  • J. C. Wu, P. Wilson
  • Materials Science, Medicine
    The International journal of prosthodontics
  • 1 May 1994
TLDR
Stainless steel dies, simulating 0 to 80 microns of die spacing, were seated into a machined brass crown with Phosphacap, Panavia EX, and C & B Metabond to determine the optimal cement space for best seating for each agent.
Deformation of crowns during cementation.
TLDR
It is suggested that low viscosity cements, low seating forces, and die spacing be used to decrease the deformation of crowns during seating to explain several clinical phenomena.
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