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Volume 29 , Issue 5
September/October 2016

Pages 482–483


Personal Factors Determining Patient Satisfaction with All-Ceramic Crown Treatment for Single Anterior Teeth

Yun Zou, MDS/DeSong Zhan, MDS


PMID: 27611752
DOI: 10.11607/ijp.4675

The Eysenck Personality Questionnaire’s (EPQ) N value (neuroticism) was used to evaluate information from 158 patients before ceramic crown treatment. Patient satisfaction was also evaluated using a satisfaction questionnaire 2 weeks posttreatment. Patient expectations were not correlated with sex, age, or N value, and sex was not correlated with patient satisfaction other than in relation to crown shape. Total esthetic satisfaction and feature improvement were positively correlated with age, while satisfaction for five specific criteria was negatively correlated with N value and overall expectation. These observations underscore the importance of considering the physical and psychologic aspects of patient care when planning dental treatment.


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