• Corpus ID: 23102379

Full-ceramic CAD/CIM anterior crowns and copings.

@article{Bindl1999FullceramicCA,
  title={Full-ceramic CAD/CIM anterior crowns and copings.},
  author={Andreas Bindl and Simone I Windisch and Werner H. M{\"o}rmann},
  journal={International journal of computerized dentistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={
          97-111
        }
}
The purpose of the investigation was to examine the marginal and internal fit of Cerec anterior crowns and crown copings. The marginal and internal fit of Cerec anterior crowns (n = 18) and copings was examined on each of six anterior model tooth preparations, with different types of butt-margin crown preparation design on different teeth: 1.) straight flat (tooth 22), 2.) following the CEJ with mid-approximally steep curvature angles of 90 degrees mesial and 40 degrees distal (tooth 21) and 3… 
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