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Anterior and posterior partial-coverage indirect restorations using supragingival dentistry techniques.

Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society (2013-03-22)
Jose-Luis Ruiz
ABSTRACT

The literature is replete with articles arguing which is the next best restorative material to substitute porcelain fused to metal (PFM) crowns. Sadly, most of the discussion is about the strength and cost of the materials and often not about how--when properly used--some of these materials, combined with the appropriate techniques, can actually improve the quality of the dentistry we provide to our patients and make our restorative life easier and more predictable.

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