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Fiber-reinforced framework and Ceromer restorations: a technical review.
Signature. 1997 Spring; 4(1):1-5.S

Abstract

The utilization of synthetic resins and ceramics in combination with metal frameworks continues to be the mainstay of crown and bridge prosthetics. Although most of these systems have resulted in years of clinical success, each material when used in combination has inherent properties that induce stresses to the system. The combination of ceramic technology and polymer research, in addition to fiber integration, has resulted in the development and introduction of a new category of crown and bridge materials--a ceromer and fiber-reinforced restorative system. This article examines the history of polymer and ceramic technology, and reports the clinical and research data currently available on one indirect ceromer system (Targis System, Ivoclar Williams, Amherst, NY).

Authors+Show Affiliations

Ivoclar AG, Schaan, Liechtenstein.

Pub Type(s)

Comparative Study
Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

9543852

Citation

Zanghellini, G. "Fiber-reinforced Framework and Ceromer Restorations: a Technical Review." Signature (Ramsey, N.J.), vol. 4, no. 1, 1997, pp. 1-5.
Zanghellini G. Fiber-reinforced framework and Ceromer restorations: a technical review. Signature. 1997;4(1):1-5.
Zanghellini, G. (1997). Fiber-reinforced framework and Ceromer restorations: a technical review. Signature (Ramsey, N.J.), 4(1), 1-5.
Zanghellini G. Fiber-reinforced Framework and Ceromer Restorations: a Technical Review. Signature. 1997;4(1):1-5. PubMed PMID: 9543852.
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