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Volume 6 , Issue 3
May/June 1993

Pages 259-263


Survival Rate of In-Ceram Restorations

Probster


PMID: 8397694

This paper reports on 76 consecutively placed In-Ceram restorations (61 complete-coverage crowns and 15 fixed partial dentures). Their survival rates were determined using the Kaplan-Meier method. During the 35-month observation period no crown failures occurred, a five-unit fixed partial denture fractured, and another fixed partial denture was removed because of periodontal complications. Thus, In-Ceram complete-coverage ceramic crowns are apparently indicated for anterior and posterior teeth. A larger number of subjects must be studied to assess the indication for all-ceramic fixed partial dentures.


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