Changes in the outcome of metal-ceramic tooth-supported single crowns and FDPs following the introduction of osseointegrated implant dentistry into a prosthodontic practice.
- Published Article
The International journal of prosthodontics
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2009
The incorporation of osseointegrated implant dentistry has resulted in a significant improvement in the survival of TSCs and TFDP abutments, nonvital and vital teeth having equivalent survivals for TSCs and TFDPs, and a decrease in supporting-tooth failure through fracture and periodontal disease.
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