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Article: A core fracture with all-ceramic crowns: A case report

TitleA core fracture with all-ceramic crowns: A case report
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Issue Date2010
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General Dentistry, 2010, v. 58 n. 4, p. 306-309 How to Cite?
AbstractThis article is an observational-descriptive type case study with references to recent literature on ceramic fracture. The case selected was an unusual incidence of a veneer-to-core fracture of a Procera AllCeram crown after 18 months of service. This unusual case represents a significant concern to general dentists, because the highly dense alumina core is supposed to show comparable fracture resistance to the metal cores of conventional metal-ceramic crowns. Clinical evidence shows that bruxism, manufacturing defects, pre-cementation occlusal adjustment by the laboratory technician or dentist, and the cement used are factors that contribute to the fracture of ceramic cores.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/124415
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2015 SCImago Journal Rankings: 0.197
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dc.contributor.authorWyatt, CCen_HK
dc.contributor.authorKing, NMen_HK
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dc.description.abstractThis article is an observational-descriptive type case study with references to recent literature on ceramic fracture. The case selected was an unusual incidence of a veneer-to-core fracture of a Procera AllCeram crown after 18 months of service. This unusual case represents a significant concern to general dentists, because the highly dense alumina core is supposed to show comparable fracture resistance to the metal cores of conventional metal-ceramic crowns. Clinical evidence shows that bruxism, manufacturing defects, pre-cementation occlusal adjustment by the laboratory technician or dentist, and the cement used are factors that contribute to the fracture of ceramic cores.en_HK
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