Prosthetic oral rehabilitation using zirconia in the infrastructure of metalfree crowns: case report

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Edition V17N02 | Year 2020 | Editorial Caso Clínico | Pages 78 to 96

Diuliane de Menezes Araújo, Guibson da Silva Litaiff, Zobélia Maria Lopes Borges, Marcela Lopes Linhares, Eric Barbosa de Camargo, Heloisa Aparecida Orsini Vieira, Alberto Consolaro

Fixed partial dentures represent an alternative for oral rehabilitation, combining aesthetics and function. The need for better mechanical properties of ceramic materials led to the introduction of zirconia in Dentistry. The objective of this study was to present a clinical case of oral rehabilitation with single and multiple anterior and posterior fixed prostheses, demonstrating the applicability of zirconia as an aesthetic, functional and resistant material for infrastructure and metal-free crowns

Mouth Rehabilitation. Ceramics. Esthetics, Dental

Araújo DM, Litaiff GS, Borges ZML, Linhares ML, Camargo EB, Vieira HAO, Consolaro A. Prosthetic oral rehabilitation using zirconia in the infrastructure of metal-free crowns: case report. J Clin Dent Res. 2020 May-Aug;17(2):78-96.

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