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Comparative Study
, 17 (9), 2119-25

The Clinical Accuracy of Single Crowns Exclusively Fabricated by Digital Workflow--The Comparison of Two Systems

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Comparative Study

The Clinical Accuracy of Single Crowns Exclusively Fabricated by Digital Workflow--The Comparison of Two Systems

Petya K Brawek et al. Clin Oral Investig.

Abstract

Objectives: The purpose of the study was to compare the accuracy of crowns exclusively fabricated by the digital workflow of two systems. The null hypothesis stated was: Both systems do not differ with respect to marginal and internal accuracy.

Materials and methods: In 14 patients, 13 molars and 1 premolar were prepared. Each preparation was scanned intraorally with two different digital impression systems, Lava COS and Cerec AC. On the basis of these data, Lava DVS crowns [DVS] and Vita Rapid Layering Technique crowns [RLT] were fabricated, respectively. Both systems contained of a zirconia framework and a digitally fabricated silicate ceramic veneering. The marginal and internal fit of the crowns was documented by a replica technique. The replicas were examined under microscope with a magnification of ×200. The Wilcoxon signed rank test was applied in order to test if the values of the two systems showed significant differences at p ≤ 0.05.

Results: The results were as follows in micrometers (±standard deviation): at the marginal gap, 51 (±38) for [DVS] and 83 (±51) for [RLT]; mid-axial, 130 (±56) for [DVS] and 128 (±66) for [RLT]; axio-occlusal, 178 (±55) for [DVS] and 230 (±71) for [RLT]; and centro-occlusal, 181 (±41) for [DVS] and 297 (±76) for [RLT]. According to the Wilcoxon signed rank test, the results differed significantly at the marginal, axio-occlusal, and centro-occlusal gaps.

Conclusions: The null hypothesis had to be rejected.

Clinical relevance: The exclusively digital workflow on the basis of intraoral digital impressions delivered clinically satisfying results for single crowns with both systems.

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