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Comparison of the marginal adaptation of direct and

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Accuracy and Reliability of Methods to Measure Marginal .

There was a substantial lack of consensus relating to marginal adaptation of various crown systems due to differences in testing methods and experimental protocols employed. Direct view technique was the most commonly used method of reproducible results.

Marginal Adaptation and Microleakeage of Directly and .

Marginal Adaptation and Microleakeage of Directly and Indirectly Made Fiber Reinforced Composite Inlays. SPECIAL FEE WAIVER ... Vallittu PK. Comparison of load-bearing capacity of direct resin-bonded fiber-reinforced composite FPDs with four framework designs J Dent 2007; 35: 578-82.].

Comparison of the marginal adaptation of direct and .

Comparison of the marginal adaptation of direct and indirect composite inlay restorations with optical coherence tomography. Türk AG(1), Sabuncu M(2), Ünal S(1), Önal B(3), Ulusoy M(1). Author information: (1)- Ege University, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Prosthodontics, Izmir, Turkey.

An In Vitro Comparison of the Marginal Adaptation Accuracy .

An In Vitro Comparison of the Marginal Adaptation Accuracy of CAD/CAM Restorations Using Different Impression Systems Marwa Shembesh, BDS, MSc, Ala Ali, BDS, MSc, DScD, Matthew Finkelman, PhD,

Comparison of Marginal Adaptation of MTA and CEM Cement .

IEJ Iranian Endodontic Journal 2016;11(4): 332-335 Comparison of Marginal Adaptation of MTA and CEM Cement Apical Plugs in Three Different Media Fatemeh Ayatollahi a, Mahdi Tabrizizadeh a, Fatemeh Zare Bidoki b, Reza Ayatollahi c, Milad Hazeri Baqdad Abad d* a Department of Endodontics, Dental School, Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences, Yazd, Iran; b Department of Pediatric ...

Comparison of the marginal adaptation of direct and .

Marginal adaptation, proximal contacts, and polymerization shrinkage can be also controlled with directly fabricated inlays rather than direct composite restorations. The marginal adaptation is one of the important factors that determine the longevity of the restorations 25. Insufficient sealing may lead to leakage of oral fluids along the ...

Comparative evaluation of effects of bleaching on color .

marginal adaptation was done at 6 months after veneering (0–180days), immediately after the bleaching regimen (0–194 days) and 3 months after the bleaching regimen (0–284 days).

Comparative evaluation of effects of bleaching on color .

scanty regarding its effect on color and marginal adaptation of direct and indirect composite laminate veneers (CLVs) under in vivo conditions. Purpose: Purpose of the study was to determine the effect of bleaching on color change and marginal adaptation of direct and indirect CLVs over a period of time when exposed to the oral environment.

An In Vitro Comparison of the Marginal Adaptation Accuracy .

An In Vitro Comparison of the Marginal Adaptation Accuracy of CAD/CAM Restorations Using Different Impression Systems. Marwa Shembesh BDS, MSc. Corresponding Author ... Comparison of an indirect impression scanning system and two direct intraoral scanning systems in vivo, Clinical Oral Investigations, 10.1007/s00784-018-2679-4 , (2018). ...

Effect of different CAD-CAM materials on the marginal and .

The effect of the intrapulpal extension of endocrowns on marginal and internal adaptation has been evaluated,12, 13 but limited data are available on choosing the best material for endocrown restorations. The authors are unaware of studies on the influence of different materials on the marginal and internal adaptation of endocrown restorations.

Comparative evaluation of effects of bleaching on color .

The difference in the rates of marginal adaptation was tested between the groups using Chi-square/Fisher's exact test. Bleaching led to statistically significant color change at cervical (CE), middle and incisal (IE) regions when direct and indirect composites were compared ( P < 0.05).

A comparison of the marginal adaptation of cathode-arc .

Material and methods. Thirty-seven cathode-arc vapor-deposited titanium copings and 40 cast base metal copings were evaluated using an optical microscope. Fifty vertical marginal

Marginal Adaptation of Direct Class II Composite .

R Pecie, I Onisor, I Krejci, and T Bortolotto (2013) Marginal Adaptation of Direct Class II Composite Restorations with Different Cavity Liners.Operative Dentistry: November/December 2013, Vol. 38, No. 6, pp. E210-E220.

The comparison of the marginal gaps of zirconia framework .

The comparison of the marginal gaps of zirconia framework luted with different types of phosphate based-resin cements 237 ... marginal adaptation, which is a very important ... by direct view method. For the cross-sectional .

Marginal Adaptation and Microleakeage of Directly and .

Marginal Adaptation and Microleakeage of Directly and Indirectly Made Fiber Reinforced Composite Inlays. SPECIAL FEE WAIVER ... Vallittu PK. Comparison of load-bearing capacity of direct resin-bonded fiber-reinforced composite FPDs with four framework designs J Dent 2007; 35: 578-82.].

Comparison of the marginal adaptation of direct and .

Marginal discrepancy values were increased for all restorations after cementation (p=0.00008839, p=0.000000952 for direct and indirect inlays, respectively). The mean marginal discrepancy value of the direct group increased from 56.88±20.04 µm to 91.88±31.7 µm, whereas the indirect group increased from 107.54±35.63 µm to 170.29±54.83 µm.

The evaluation and comparison of marginal adaptation in .

Introduction: Marginal fit is a key factor for long term clinical success through any dental restorations. Poor marginal adaptation causes cement dissolution. This can lead to dental caries, gingival irritation, periodontal diseases, and finally treatment failure. The aim of this study was measurement and comparison of marginal gap quantities in metal ceramic and all ceramic dental ...

Marginal Adaptation of Indirect Composite, Glass-Ceramic .

gingival marginal gaps in each group. One-way ANOVA and post-hoc Tukey test were used for comparison of mean marginal gap in the three groups and for comparison of mar-ginal gap before and after cementation in inlays, paired T-test was used. Results: The marginal gap of direct composite (19.96 μm) was significantly lower than

Comparison of the marginal adaptation of direct and .

ABSTRACT Objective The purpose of the study was to use the photonic imaging modality of optical coherence tomography (OCT) to compare the marginal adaptation of composite inlays fabricated by direct and indirect techniques. Material and Methods Class II cavities were prepared on 34 extracted human molar teeth. The cavities were randomly divided into two groups according to the inlay ...

Comparison of the marginal adaptation of direct and .

Comparison of the marginal adaptation of direct and indirect composite inlay restorations with optical coherence tomography $\úH *|]GH 7h5.1 0HWLQ 6$%81&82, Sena ÜNAL , Banu ÖNAL3 0 ELQ 8/862<1 1- Ege University, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Prosthodontics, Izmir, Turkey.

Comparison of the marginal adaptation of direct and .

Different techniques are available to detect marginal adaptation of restorations, but the OCT system can give quantitative information about resin cement thickness and its interaction between tooth and restoration in a nondestructive manner. Conclusions Direct inlays presented smaller marginal discrepancy than indirect inlays.