Vincent Devaud

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Restorative materials and techniques are constantly refined in order to address the aesthetic expectations of patients. Second-generation laboratory-fabricated composite materials have recently been developed to combine the advantages of porcelain with composite resin. This class of biomaterial can be utilized in a variety of direct and indirect clinical(More)
QDT 2005 1 he restoration of missing or compromised tooth structure requires dental materials that offer toothlike esthetics, functionality, biocompatibility, and longevity. Silica-based ceramics (eg, feldspathic porcelain) offer all of these necessities and are the materials of choice for esthetic all-ceramic restorations (eg, laminate veneers, ceramic(More)
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