Clinical evaluation of high-copper dental amalgams with and without admixed indium.

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High-copper amalgam alloys containing 5% and 10% admixed indium, shown in previous studies to have improved properties and acceptable biological behavior, were evaluated in a clinical study designed to examine factors relating to clinical success. One hundred and seventy-five Class I and Class II amalgam restorations were placed in 25 patients. Each patient… (More)

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@article{Johnson1992ClinicalEO, title={Clinical evaluation of high-copper dental amalgams with and without admixed indium.}, author={George Johnson and David J Bales and Leigh Powell}, journal={American journal of dentistry}, year={1992}, volume={5 1}, pages={39-41} }