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Fracture resistance of simulated immature maxillary anterior teeth restored with fiber posts and composite to varying depths

Seto B et al. – The purpose of the study is to evaluate the type and depth of restoration that would be effective in simulated immature maxillary anterior teeth in terms of fracture resistance and mode of failure. Within the limitations of this in vitro study, it can be concluded that using either dual–cure composite or a quartz fiber post with composite resin to a depth of 3 mm would significantly strengthen the roots in immature teeth.

 

 

 

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