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A Comparative In Vitro Study Evaluating the Marginal Adaptation of Zirconium Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacture and Press-ceramic Veneers
One method to evaluate the clinical success of cemented restorations is measuring the marginal adaptation. There is a correlation between the fitting of the restoration and problems caused by clinically undetectable passage of bacteria between the tooth structure and the veneer. Aim: To evaluate in comparison the marginal adaptation of veneers produced via CAD/CAM and press technique. Materials and methods: 32 extracted incisors are divided into two equal-number groups (n=16) according to thedoi:10.3897/folmed.62.e49708 pmid:33009745 fatcat:dwge3wluurdall4savkl25ujdm