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Bond strength and failure characteristics of zirconia-based dental ceramic to resin cements.

@inproceedings{Triwatana2016BondSA,
  title={Bond strength and failure characteristics of zirconia-based dental ceramic to resin cements.},
  author={Premwara Triwatana and เปรมวรา ตรีวัฒนา and Porntida Visuttiwattanakorn and พรธิดา วิสุทธิวัฒนากร and K. Suputtamongkol and กัลยา ศุพุทธมงคล and Nutthakrij Butrangamdee and ณัททกฤช บุตรงามดี},
  year={2016}
}
Bond strength and failure characteristics of zirconia-based dental ceramic to resin cements Premwara Triwatana, Porntida Visuttiwattanakorn, Kallaya Suputtamongkol, Nutthakrij Butrangamdee Premwara Triwatana, Porntida Visuttiwattanakorn, Kallaya Suputtamongkol, Nutthakrij Butrangamdee Prosthodontic Department, Faculty of Dentistry, Mahidol University Bond strength and failure characteristics of zirconia-based dental ceramic to resin cements 

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