The Hall Technique, a Simplified Method for Placing Stainless Steel Crowns on Primary Molars, may be as Successful as Traditionally Placed Crowns


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ARTICLE TITLE AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATIONThe success of stainless steel crowns placed with the Hall technique: a retrospective study.Ludwig KH, Fontana M, Vinson LA, Platt JA, Dean JA.J Am Dent Assoc 2014;145(12):1248–53.REVIEWERSNicola P. T. Innes, PhD, BDS (Hons), BSc, BMSc (Hons), Matthew Stewart, BDSPURPOSE/QUESTIONAre stainless steel crowns placed using the Hall Technique as clinically and radiographically successful as crowns placed using the traditional method, when used to manage caries lesions in primary molars in children in a private practice setting?SOURCE OF FUNDINGInformation not availableTYPE OF STUDY/DESIGNRetrospective cohort studyLEVEL OF EVIDENCELevel 2: Limited-quality, patient-oriented evidenceSTRENGTH OF RECOMMENDATION LEVELNot applicable

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