7 March 2018

Bas Loomans and colleagues, recently published in the Journal of Dentistry about the 3.5 year clinical performance of a restorative technique using composite resin restorations in patients with severe tooth wear.

The results of this study showed that also in high risk patients the use of composite resin restorations is performing very well. It is the latest publication from the Radboud Tooth Wear Project in which the management, etiology and treatment of patients with severe tooth wear is investigated.
The research was conducted within the theme of Regenerative en reconstructive medicine.

Publication:
Clinical performance of full rehabilitations with direct composite in severe tooth wear patients: 3.5 Years results
B.A.C.Loomans,C.M.Kreulen, H.E.C.E.Huijs-Visser, B.A.M.M.Sterenborg, E.M.Bronkhorst, M.C.D.N.J.M.Huysmans, N.J.M.Opdam.
 
 

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