Retrospective clinical investigation and survival analysis on ceramic inlays and partial ceramic crowns: results up to 7 years

@article{Felden1998RetrospectiveCI,
  title={Retrospective clinical investigation and survival analysis on ceramic inlays and partial ceramic crowns: results up to 7 years},
  author={A. Felden and Gottfried Schmalz and Marianne Federlin and Karl-Anton Hiller},
  journal={Clinical Oral Investigations},
  year={1998},
  volume={2},
  pages={161-167}
}
This study retrospectively evaluated the clinical performance of 287 all-ceramic restorations placed during routine patient care in the University setting in the past 7 years. All patients (n = 106) with ceramic inlays or partial ceramic crowns (PCC), placed during 1988–1994 (n = 327) by five experienced dentists were asked to take part in a clinical investigation, and 92 patients with 287 restorations (232 inlays, 55 PCC) agreed to do so. The following ceramics were used: 44 (15.3%) Dicor… CONTINUE READING
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