“Ferrule Comes First. Post Is Second!” Fake News and Alternative Facts? A Systematic Review

@article{Naumann2017FerruleCF,
  title={“Ferrule Comes First. Post Is Second!” Fake News and Alternative Facts? A Systematic Review},
  author={Michael Naumann and Marc Schmitter and Roland Frankenberger and Gabriel Krastl},
  journal={Journal of Endodontics},
  year={2017},
  volume={44},
  pages={212–219}
}
  • Michael Naumann, Marc Schmitter, +1 author Gabriel Krastl
  • Published in Journal of endodontics 2017
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Introduction: Both the role of an endodontic post and the ferrule effect have been discussed for decades. The clinical impact of endodontic posts compared with post‐free restoration with or without ferrule support was not systematically reviewed so far. It was assumed that the effect of an endodontic post compared with a post‐free restoration can be evaluated only when at the same time a ferrule or no‐ferrule situation was clinically compared. Methods: The specific PICO question was as follows… CONTINUE READING

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