Immediate resin-bonded bridgework: results of a medium-term clinical follow-up study.

@article{AlWahadni2004ImmediateRB,
  title={Immediate resin-bonded bridgework: results of a medium-term clinical follow-up study.},
  author={Ahed Mohammed Al-Wahadni and Wael Mousa Al-Omari},
  journal={Journal of oral rehabilitation},
  year={2004},
  volume={31 1},
  pages={90-4}
}
A total of 21 immediate resin-bonded bridges were inserted under controlled and standardized clinical conditions and evaluated over a period of 35 months. During the evaluation period, two bridges debonded (9.5%). The debonded bridges were re-cemented successfully. This low incidence of debonding indicates that this simple alternative procedure for the immediate replacement of a single unsaveable tooth was satisfactory. The subjects included in this study expressed their satisfaction with this… CONTINUE READING

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