Is mechanical retention for adhesive core build-up needed to restore a vital tooth with a monolithic zirconium crown? - An in vitro study.

@article{Walczak2016IsMR,
  title={Is mechanical retention for adhesive core build-up needed to restore a vital tooth with a monolithic zirconium crown? - An in vitro study.},
  author={Katarzyna Walczak and Stefan Rues and Mieszko Wieckiewicz and Ursula Range and Marc Schmitter},
  journal={Acta of bioengineering and biomechanics},
  year={2016},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={
          117-125
        }
}
PURPOSE To show the influence of retentive cavity, cavity wall preparation and different luting techniques on the fracture resistance of severely damaged teeth restored with adhesive core build-ups and monolithic zirconium crowns. METHODS Extracted molars were prepared with 2 mm ferrule height and divided into eleven groups (n = 8/group). In nine groups a retentive occlusal cavity with a width and depth of 1 or 2 mm was prepared. Two control groups without a retentive cavity were made… CONTINUE READING

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