Author(s): Harley KE, Ibbetson RJ
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Abstract Adhesive cast restorations placed without tooth preparation were used to restore the teeth of patients affected by either amelogenesis or dentinogenesis imperfecta. Twelve patients aged between 7 and 18 years were treated and in total 64 cast restorations were placed. At the time of cementation, the vertical dimension was increased by the thickness of restorative material placed on the functioning surfaces of the restored teeth. Full occlusion was restored for all individuals, with only one casting being lost. The castings have been placed for intervals between 10 and 54 months.
This article was published in Br Dent J
and referenced in Dentistry