Ceramic materials have similar short term survival rates to other materials on posterior teeth

@article{Critchlow2012CeramicMH,
  title={Ceramic materials have similar short term survival rates to other materials on posterior teeth},
  author={S. Critchlow},
  journal={Evidence-Based Dentistry},
  year={2012},
  volume={13},
  pages={49-49}
}
Data sourcesPubMed, Cochrane and Picarta databases and references of retrieved articles were searched from 2001-2009.Study selectionRCTs, CCTs and case series which compared Class I and Class II ceramic inlay restorations in permanent premolar and molar teeth, other posterior restorations were included.Data extraction and synthesisTwo authors reviewed all abstracts independently, compared results and reached consensus on inclusion/ exclusion through discussion. Quality assessment of the studies… Expand
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