Same, same, but different? A systematic review of protocols for restoration repair.

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Summary of "Same, same, but different? A systematic review of protocols for restoration repair."

While repairs are increasingly recommended to manage partially defective restorations, performing the repair (including bonding to different substrates) can be challenging, and dentists should adhere to established repair protocols. We aimed to systematically assess the consistency and quality of repair protocols.


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Name: Journal of dentistry
ISSN: 1879-176X


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