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Restorability of Teeth: A Numerical Simplified Restorative Decision-Making Chart

@inproceedings{Kamal2018RestorabilityOT,
  title={Restorability of Teeth: A Numerical Simplified Restorative Decision-Making Chart},
  author={Nermin Kamal and Hazem Mourad and Khaled Farghali and Mohamad Karim Koleilat and Hamda Al Mesmar},
  year={2018}
}
Citation: Nermin Kamal., et al. “Restorability of Teeth: A Numerical Simplified Restorative Decision-Making Chart”. EC Dental Science 17.6 (2018): 961-967. Abstract A decision to extract or to keep a tooth was always a debatable matter in dentistry. Each dental specialty has its own perspective in that regards. Although, real life in the dental clinic showed that the decision is always multi-disciplinary, and that full awareness of all aspects should be there in order to reach to a reliable… Expand
Restorability of Teeth: A Numerical Simplified Restorative Decision-Making Chart
TLDR
This article presents a simple evidence-based clinical chart for the judgment of restorability of teeth for better treatment planning. Expand

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