Efficiency of Cordless Versus Cord Techniques of Gingival Retraction: A Systematic Review

@article{Huang2017EfficiencyOC,
  title={Efficiency of Cordless Versus Cord Techniques of Gingival Retraction: A Systematic Review},
  author={Cui Huang and Mirinal Somar and Kang Li and Jhassu Varsha Naveena Mohadeb},
  journal={Journal of Prosthodontics},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={177–185}
}
PURPOSE Primarily to assess the efficacy of cordless versus cord techniques in achieving hemostasis control and gingival displacement and their influence on gingival/periodontal health. In addition, subjective factors reported by the patient (pain, sensitivity, unpleasant taste, discomfort) and operator's experience to both techniques were analyzed. MATERIALS AND METHODS An electronic database search was conducted using five main databases ranging from publication year 1998 to December 2014… 
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