Success and Survival Rates of Teeth Restored With Cast Post and Core among National Guard Health Affairs Patients, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

  title={Success and Survival Rates of Teeth Restored With Cast Post and Core among National Guard Health Affairs Patients, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia},
  author={Abeer Al Subait},
  • A. A. Subait
  • Published 15 July 2016
  • Medicine, Materials Science
Purpose: To determine the success and survival rates of endodontically treated teeth restored with cast post and core among NGHA patients in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Materials and Methods: This retrospective study was conducted in King Abdulaziz Dental Centre (KADC) in Riyadh during November 2015 – April 2016. Fifty seven patients with 140 intraradicular cast posts were included. Patients were evaluated both clinically and radiographically according to the FDI criteria for the evaluation of direct… 

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