Relationship between number of proximal contacts and survival of root canal treated teeth.

Abstract

AIM The present study tested the hypothesis that having two proximal contacts (PCs) at access is associated with improved survival of root canal treated (RCT) teeth, controlling for important presenting conditions, endodontic variables and restorative factors. METHODOLOGY A treatment database at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry was used to… (More)

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