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Dentists have come to realize that with proper endodontic therapy and adequate restoration, pulpless teeth can continue indefinitely as an integral part of the dental apparatus. And yet endodontic therapy should not be done on teeth that can not be restored. In this study 45 freshly extracted maxillary premolars were restored with prefabricated parallel post and subsequently restored with Amalgam, composite and Glass cermet. The teeth in each of the restoration groups were allocated to threedoi:10.5368/aedj.2011.3.2.1.6 fatcat:6hb25wb6ajalfknwaehf5z2fha