Fracture resistance of three different all-ceramic crowns: In vitro study.

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Summary of "Fracture resistance of three different all-ceramic crowns: In vitro study."

To evaluate the fracture resistance and failure mode of three different all-ceramic crowns; CEREC Bloc, IPS e.Max Press and Cercon in a simulated clinical situation.


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Name: American journal of dentistry
ISSN: 0894-8275
Pages: 39-44


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