International Journal of Biomaterials / 2016 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Fracture Resistance of Endodontically Treated Maxillary Premolars Restored by Various Direct Filling Materials: An In Vitro Study

Table 4

Summary of other studies testing the mechanical resistance on premolars.

Author (reference)UPUFMODCCCOAMG

Javaheri et al. [16]1139919705
Atiyah and Baban [17]1123545687672 SI
Lia Mondelli et al. [6]15146051419BX
Moosavi et al. [18]803754 BFBX
Ragauska et al. [19]12189411407 IYBX
Santos and Bezerra [20]11384901054
Shafiei et al. [21]1101228699772 AC
Kikuti et al. [22]940460780520 SI
Torabzadeh et al. [12]10517911148800 OY
Xie et al. [13]11319041085
Yamada et al. [9]825700
Shivanna and Gopeshetti [10]1098171440524 FRC
Fahad and Majeed [23]1182556879855 BF
Panahandeh and Johar [14]8731499750 1CCBX
Sharma et al. [24]1193248867501
Sarabi et al. [25]1196962
Pradeep et al. [11]1139565778818
Joshi et al. [26] 1005221720841 FRCBX

Unprepared tooth (UP), unfilled cavity (UF), cusp coverage (CC), one cusp coverage (1CC), composite other (CO), bulk-fill (BF), Siloran (SI), inlay (IY), onlay (OY), box preparation (BX), fibre-reinforced composite (FRC), amalgam capping (AC).

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