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Marginal fit of CAD/CAM restorations on the basis of CBCT and their optical behavior
Marginal fit of CAD/CAM restorations on the basis of CBCT and their optical behavior
The use of CBCT data obtained from dental impressions might be indicated to serve as a basis to manufacture lithium disilicate crowns with a marginal fit in the range of clinical acceptance. Furthermore, the results of the present study suggest that new technologies associated with software improvements might enhance the quality of the data obtained from CBCT. Monolithic materials present different transmittances for visible and blue light, thus they should be indicated according to their esthetic and required luting procedures. The dental team should acquire knowledge on the technology and materials, working synergistically with digital technology resources to provide more accurate and predictable treatments for the patient.
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Colle Kauling, Ana Elisa
2019
English
Universitätsbibliothek der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Colle Kauling, Ana Elisa (2019): Marginal fit of CAD/CAM restorations on the basis of CBCT and their optical behavior. Dissertation, LMU München: Faculty of Medicine
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Abstract

The use of CBCT data obtained from dental impressions might be indicated to serve as a basis to manufacture lithium disilicate crowns with a marginal fit in the range of clinical acceptance. Furthermore, the results of the present study suggest that new technologies associated with software improvements might enhance the quality of the data obtained from CBCT. Monolithic materials present different transmittances for visible and blue light, thus they should be indicated according to their esthetic and required luting procedures. The dental team should acquire knowledge on the technology and materials, working synergistically with digital technology resources to provide more accurate and predictable treatments for the patient.