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Microtensile bond strength of varying zirconia cores and glass veneers.

@inproceedings{Kuphasuk2016MicrotensileBS,
  title={Microtensile bond strength of varying zirconia cores and glass veneers.},
  author={C. Kuphasuk and โชติรส คูผาสุข and Kanit Nantasenee and กนิษฐ์ นันทเสนีย์ and Chuchai Anunmana and ชูชัย อนันต์มานะ},
  year={2016}
}
Microtensile bond strength of varying zirconia cores and glass veneers Chotiros Kuphasuk, Kanit Nantasenee, Chuchai Anunmana Chotiros Kuphasuk, Kanit Nantasenee, Chuchai Anunmana 1 Department of Prosthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Mahidol University 2 Yunhee International Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand 3 Department of Prosthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Mahidol University Microtensile bond strength of varying zirconia cores and glass veneers 

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