Digital vs Conventional Workflow for Screw-Retained Single-Implant Crowns: A Comparison of Key Considerations.

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Summary of "Digital vs Conventional Workflow for Screw-Retained Single-Implant Crowns: A Comparison of Key Considerations."

To evaluate patient perception and operating time of digital (DW) and conventional (CW) workflows for the rehabilitation of a screw-retained, single-implant crown.


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Name: The International journal of prosthodontics
ISSN: 0893-2174
Pages: 577-579


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