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Quintessence Int 29 (1998), No. 11     1. Nov. 1998
Quintessence Int 29 (1998), No. 11  (01.11.1998)

Page 689-696


Preimpregnated, fiber-reinforced prostheses. Part I. Basic rationale and complete-coverage and intracoronal fixed partial denture designs
Freilich, Martin A. / Duncan, Jacqueline P. / Meiers, Jonathan C. / Goldberg, A. Jon
This is the first of two articles describing the development and use of a continuous fiber-reinforced composite as a framework for the fabrication of fixed partial dentures and splints. The chemical composition and physical structure of the fiber-reinforced composite, along with the progression and development of a variety of fiber-reinforced composite materials, are discussed. Criteria for case selection, tooth preparation, and the clinical and laboratory procedures required for partial- or complete-coverage fixed partial denture fabrication and delivery are described.

Keywords: complete-coverage prosthesis, fiber-reinforeed eomposite, fixed prosthesis, framework, partial-cove rage prosthesis, prei m preg nation