L'image en MEBAnd when bond a fiber reinforced post1 is a mandatory2 procedure? (Part 2)
Revue Biomatériaux Cliniques / 01/03/2017
Biomimetic dentistry allows the greatest preservation of dental structures. In an ideal scenario, posts, crowns, metal alloys and intentional endodontics will no longer be a part of the restorative routine. For many of us, who believe in the biomimetic approach, this is already, a reality. However, we all know there are some clinical situations where a huge3 coronal destruction of the dental structure is already present and we need to seek for additional retention, specially at the anterior zone where the resultant of the occlusal loads aren’t oriented towards the axial direction.
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