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Bonding and Cementing Zirconia Restorations: Current Clinical and Scientific Information

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Zirconia continues to play a significant role in modern restorative dentistry. From Implants to abutments all the way to frameworks and monolithic crowns. How we manage the process of bonding and cementing these restorations is extremely important to their long term retention and success. This presentation highlights the different approaches available today and specifically defines protocols with clinically relevant research.

Date Added:
10/18/2017

Author(s):

Nasser Barghi, DDS Nasser Barghi, DDS
Dr. Nasser Barghi is Professor and Head of the Division of Esthetic Dentistry in the Department of Restorative Dentistry at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Sa...
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Questions & Comments
Hassan Eslami - (11/27/2018 5:03 AM)

pretty informative and useful for daily practice from a great teacher

Bharat Chauhan - (10/31/2017 5:26 PM)

Excellent Presentation. Clears most of the confusions related to Zirconia crowns seating -cementing or bonding Thank you so much

nasrin karim - (10/30/2017 12:42 AM)

interesting

David Peck - (10/27/2017 7:16 PM)

Very good presentation. Informative.

Ronald Goldstein - (10/20/2017 3:44 PM)

Always a great presentation from one of the world's great teachers!

mk leung - (10/18/2017 10:07 PM)

very informative, thanks

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