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Unserviceable crowns and fixed partial dentures: life-span and causes for loss of serviceability.
A study was made of data regarding fixed partial dentures that had been diagnosed as unserviceable. The purpose of the study was to provide dentists with reliable current information. The life-spanExpand
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Almost two centuries with amalgam: where are we today?
Amalgam has provided valuable and comparatively inexpensive service to patients for a longer time than any other restorative material. Despite the excitement surrounding the use of each newExpand
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Amalgam at the new millennium.
Dental amalgam has served as an excellent and versatile restorative material for many years, despite periods of controversy. The authors review its history, summarize the evidence in regard to itsExpand
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Pain perception and utility: a comparison of the syringe and computerized local injection techniques.
Thirty patients received maxillary infiltration and mandibular inferior alveolar nerve block injections with both a traditional syringe and a computerized system, the Wand. Patients noted theirExpand
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The performance of bonded vs. pin-retained complex amalgam restorations: a five-year clinical evaluation.
BACKGROUND The authors compared the clinical performance of complex amalgam restorations, replacing at least one cusp--retained either mechanically with self-threading pins or bonded--with a filled,Expand
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Six-year clinical evaluation of bonded and pin-retained complex amalgam restorations.
This clinical study compared the performance of complex amalgam restorations retained with self-threading pins or bonded with a filled, 4-META-based resin. Sixty amalgam restorations (28 pin-retainedExpand
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Tooth whitening: current status.
This article reviews the history of tooth whitening and its rapid evolution and briefly discusses tooth whitening agents and protocols. The active ingredients and mode of action during the whiteningExpand
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Comparing two methods of moisture control in bonding to enamel: a clinical study.
Twelve patients provided a total of 36 teeth to be used in this study. Visible-light-cured composite resin tabs were applied to a flattened, acid-etched surface of each tooth. Half of the teeth wereExpand
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Effect of zinc in two non-gamma-2 dental amalgam systems.
  • T. Berry, J. Osborne
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Dental materials : official publication of the…
  • 1 June 1985
Abstract The effect of the addition of zinc to 2 popular non-gamma-2 dental alloys was investigated. Two operators placed 247 amalgam restorations using Dispersalloy non-zinc, Dispersalloy 0.9% zinc,Expand
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Post-bonding crack formation in porcelain veneers.
  • N. Barghi, T. Berry
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of esthetic dentistry
  • 1 March 1997
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