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Survival of crowns and bridges related to luting cements.

  title={Survival of crowns and bridges related to luting cements.},
  author={S M Black and G. Charlton},
  journal={Restorative dentistry},
  volume={6 3},
The longevity of 782 items of crown and bridgework was investigated in a retrospective study. The effect of different cement lutes was assessed for periods varying from 70 to 89 months using a survival analysis technique. The analysis of all types of restoration showed slightly better survival figures for restorations cemented with polycarboxylate but were not statistically significant when compared with those cemented with glass-ionomer. However, those cemented with polycarboxylate were… 
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