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Porcelain veneer post-bonding crack repair by resin infiltration

Gresnigt, M., Magne, M. & Magne, P., 28-Jun-2017, In : The international journal of esthetic dentistry. 12, 2, p. 156-170 15 p.

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APA

Gresnigt, M., Magne, M., & Magne, P. (2017). Porcelain veneer post-bonding crack repair by resin infiltration. The international journal of esthetic dentistry, 12(2), 156-170.

Author

Gresnigt, Marco ; Magne, Michel ; Magne, Pascal. / Porcelain veneer post-bonding crack repair by resin infiltration. In: The international journal of esthetic dentistry. 2017 ; Vol. 12, No. 2. pp. 156-170.

Harvard

Gresnigt, M, Magne, M & Magne, P 2017, 'Porcelain veneer post-bonding crack repair by resin infiltration', The international journal of esthetic dentistry, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 156-170.

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Porcelain veneer post-bonding crack repair by resin infiltration. / Gresnigt, Marco; Magne, Michel; Magne, Pascal.

In: The international journal of esthetic dentistry, Vol. 12, No. 2, 28.06.2017, p. 156-170.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Vancouver

Gresnigt M, Magne M, Magne P. Porcelain veneer post-bonding crack repair by resin infiltration. The international journal of esthetic dentistry. 2017 Jun 28;12(2):156-170.


BibTeX

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title = "Porcelain veneer post-bonding crack repair by resin infiltration",
abstract = "Ceramic laminate veneer restorations are indicated in several clinical situations. Indirect restorations are usually chosen if the less-invasive options - bleaching, resin infiltration, or composite resin restorations - are not possible, or when it is too difficult to achieve an esthetically pleasing result in the long term. Bonded indirect partial restorations are highly dependent on their adhesive interface, as these thin restorations have a relatively low cohesive strength. Therefore, preservation of sound enamel, conditioning of the restorations and of the substrate, and luting procedures are of paramount importance for a successful outcome. Even when utmost care is taken during every step of the procedure, failures such as fractures, chipping, or marginal discoloration and defects sometimes occur. Only very few of these cases of failure are presented or are a subject of interest. In this case presentation, a fracture repair is performed using an infiltration technique with a resin composite material.",
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