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Zirconia-based ceramic copings

by: Nobel Biocare News

A recent study published in The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry has demonstrated that computer-aided technology can produce zirconium oxide-based ceramic copings with a clinically acceptable marginal fit.

Zirconia-based Ceramic Copings

Of the four systems tested in the study, the highest marginal accuracy was achieved with the Procera system.

The authors were motivated by the fact that it had proven virtually impossible to compare results from studies on the marginal accuracy of zirconium oxide-based restorations, because a variety of different assessment methods had previously been used for each of the different computer-assisted systems.

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