The effect of different marginal configurations and scanning powders on the accuracy of the marginal adaptation of zirconia crowns

Alyousef, Wed.


  • Abstract: ABSTRACT Introduction: The quality of a dental restoration is often assessed by its marginal adaptation and coverage. The importance of marginal adaptation lies in the protection of the tooth from such different types of biological failure as periodontal disease, caries, pulpal inflammation and consequent possible tooth loss. When viewing the literature, an opening of 50-120 microns is c... read more
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