Randomized clinical trial on indirect resin composite and ceramic laminate veneers: Up to 10-year findingsGresnigt, M. M. M., Cune, M. S., Jansen, K., van der Made, S. A. M. & Özcan, M., Jul-2019, In : JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY. 86, p. 102-109 8 p.
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Objectives: In this randomized split-mouth clinical trial the survival rate and quality of survival of indirect resin composite and ceramic laminate veneers were evaluated.
Methods: A total of 48 indirect resin composite (Estenia; n = 24) and ceramic laminate veneers (IPS Empress Esthetic; n = 24) were placed on maxillary anterior teeth. Veneer preparations with incisal overlap were performed using a mock up technique. Survival of the restoration was considered the primary outcome measure and reported using Kaplan-Meier statistics and survival curves compared by means of Log Rank (Mantel-Cox) test. After luting, restorations were evaluated by calibrated operators at baseline and every year thereafter, using modified USPHS criteria and compared by means of Mann-Whitney U test.
Results: In total, 6 failures were observed, consisting of debonding (n = 3) and fracture (n = 3), all in the group of the indirect resin composite laminate veneers. Cumulative chance on survival after 10 years of the indirect resin composite and ceramic veneers was 75% (se 3,8%) and 100% respectively (p = 0.013). Of the surviving 42 laminate veneers, the variables 'color match' (p = 0.002), 'surface roughness' (p = 0.000), 'fracture of the restoration' (p = 0.028), and 'wear of the restoration' (p = 0.014), were significantly less favourable among the composite laminate veneers as well.
Conclusions: The ceramic veneers on maxillary anterior teeth in this study performed significantly better compared to the composite indirect laminate veneers after a decade, both in terms of survival rate and in terms of quality of the surviving restorations.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY|
|Early online date||7-Jun-2019|
|Publication status||Published - Jul-2019|
- Adhesion, Ceramic, Clinical trial, Indirect composite, Laminate veneer, Randomized, RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATION, PERFORMANCE, RESTORATIONS, DEGRADATION, CONVERSION, SURVIVAL, CURE