Influence of adhesive technique and thermomechanical fatigue on the fracture strength of minimally invasive CAD/CAM occlusal veneers

With the development of new CAD/CAM restorative dental materials, limited data regarding their survival rate and fracture strength are available when they are used as occlusal veneers. Therfore, These materials could be evaluated under conditions similar to those of the oral environment before being recommended for clinical use . For that reason, the influence of thermomechanical fatigue and adhesive bonding technique (etch-and-rinse and self-etching ) on the survivability and fracture strength for four different CAD/CAM materials were evaluated in this study.


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