Risk management in clinical practice. Part 3. Crowns and bridges

@article{Maglad2010RiskMI,
  title={Risk management in clinical practice. Part 3. Crowns and bridges},
  author={A. Maglad and Robert W. Wassell and Stewart Barclay and Angus Willian Gilmour Walls},
  journal={BDJ},
  year={2010},
  volume={209},
  pages={115-122}
}
Provision of indirect restorations is associated with more complaints and litigation than any other area of dentistry. In the third part of this series we identify possible causes of such complaints. We explore each of the stages from clinical assessment to treatment, highlighting areas which may trigger litigation when they are not addressed carefully – particularly in relation to cosmetic dentistry. The article is illustrated with clinical examples drawn from the authors' personal experience… 

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