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Volume 11 , Issue 5
September/October 1998

Pages 513-516


Development and Manufacture of Prosthodontic Components: Do We Need Changes?

Watson


PMID: 9922742

Purpose: Prosthodontic components for implant treatment have been developed with minimal reported scientific investigation. This paper aims to highlight a number of problems caused by this approach to the development and marketing of prosthodontic components and to suggest solutions. Conclusion: Prosthodontic components must be developed with a scientific approach that involves both laboratory and clinical testing so as to optimize treatment outcomes in the future.


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