Computer-Aided Designed/Computer-Assisted Manufactured (CAD/CAM) All-Ceramic Crowns Appear to Perform Better than All-Composite Resin Crowns Following the First 3 Years of Placement

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Abstract

Article Title and Bibliographic Information

Computer-aided designed/computer-assisted manufactured composite resin versus ceramic single-tooth restorations: a 3-year clinical study.

Article Title and Bibliographic Information

Vanoorbeek S, Vandamme K, Lijnen I, Naert I.

Article Title and Bibliographic Information

Int J Prosthodont 2010;23(3):223–30.

Reviewer

J. Robert Kelly, DDS, MS, DMedSc

Purpose/Question

To ascertain the 3-year success and survival rates of all-composite resin and all-ceramic single-tooth restorations manufactured with a CAD/CAM system

Source of Funding

GC Corporation Europe and UNI-DENT University Hospitals Dental Laboratories, Leuven, Belgium, provided some support for this study

Type of Study/Design

Cohort study

Level of Evidence

Level 2: Limited-quality, patient-oriented evidence

Strength of Recommendation Grade

Not applicable

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