Modern Endodontic Principles Part 7: The Restorative Interface

Carly Taylor, Reza Vahid Roudsari, James Darcey, Alison Qualtrough, Warren Martin, Sarra Jawad

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    The restoration of endodontically-treated teeth is a topic that has been extensively studied and yet remains controversial. The endodontically-treated tooth can be restored with a wide range of techniques of varying complexity. This article reviews the literature on this topic. Consideration is given to the ferrule and its importance in achieving success. Furthermore, consideration will be given to the use of endodontically-treated teeth as abutments for fixed and removable prostheses and the challenges this presents. Clinical recommendations are presented as guidelines to improve the predictability and outcome of treatment when restoring structurally compromised root-filled teeth.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)319-334
    JournalDental Update
    Issue number4
    Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2016


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