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Zirconia – why are they being used for restorations? What are outcomes?
Short description of the biomechanical and optical properties of Zr that make it a commonly used material for restoration of teeth and implants.
Discuss current trends in restorative dentistry and how restorations are fabricated and the processes that allow restorations to be formed with machining, printing, laser melting, these processes allow us to utilize materials that have better physical properties than many of the materials formed with conventional processes.
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This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) through joint efforts between CLINICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION and PACIFIC ENDODONTIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION.
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