PMID: 8667118Mar 1, 1996Paper

Four year clinical study of glass-infiltrated, sintered alumina crowns

Journal of Oral Rehabilitation
L Pröbster

Abstract

The clinical outcome of 95 consecutively placed In-Ceram complete coverage crowns, 68 posterior and 28 anterior, all luted with conventional cements, was studied. In the 56 month observation period no total failure requiring replacement of a restoration occurred. The veneer of a molar single crown fractured, while its ceramic core remained intact. With four crowns, marginal caries was observed after 2-4.5 years. It was concluded from this clinical study that In-Ceram complete coverage all-ceramic crowns are indicated for anterior and posterior teeth.

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