Physiologic dimensions of the periodontium significant to the restorative dentist.

@article{Maynard1979PhysiologicDO,
  title={Physiologic dimensions of the periodontium significant to the restorative dentist.},
  author={J Gary Maynard and Ron Wilson},
  journal={Journal of periodontology},
  year={1979},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={170-4}
}
When treating patients, the objectives of restorative therapy must be clear. The first and most basic objective is preservation of the teeth. The attainment of this objective would be far less complex if it could be considered independent of restoration of function, comfort and esthetics, but such is not the case. The latter objectives usually require sophisticated restorative dentistry and often include restorations with intracrevicular margins. Although it is widely accepted that the best… CONTINUE READING
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