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Volume 5 , Issue 6
November/December 1992

Pages 533-541


Clinical Evaluation of Resin-Bonded Prostheses

Hansson/Moberg


PMID: 1307013

Resin-bonded prostheses were clinically evaluated following a mean period of 41 months. The abutment teeth were minimally prepared, and one groove was placed on the surface approximating the edentulous space. Retainers were treated using the Silicoater technique. Thirty-four prostheses were made for 32 patients. Four patients were lost from the study and 30 units were re-examined. Two prostheses had debonded. The results suggest that resin-bonded prostheses can be successful if meticulous attention is given to the procedures outlined.


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