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Internal evaluation of provisional restorations according to the dental CAD/CAM manufacturing method : Three-dimensional superimpositional analysis

치과 CAD/CAM 가공방식에 따른 임시보철물의 내면 적합도 : 3차원 중첩 분석

Kim, Jae-Hong;Kim, Ki-Baek
김재홍;김기백

  • Received : 2019.04.26
  • Accepted : 2019.06.13
  • Published : 2019.06.30

Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of the present study was to compare the internal fit of two different temporary restorations fabricated by dental CAD/CAM system and to evaluate clinical effectiveness. Methods: Composite resin tooth of the maxillary first molar was prepared as occlusal reduction(2.0mm), axial reduction(1mm offset), vertical angle(6 degree) and chamfer margin for a temporary crown and duplicated epoxy die was fabricated. The epoxy dies were used to fabricate provisional restorations by CAD/CAM milling technique or 3D-printing technique. The inner data from all crowns were superimposed on the master die file in the 'best-fit alignment' method using 3D analysis software. Statistical analysis was performed using a Wilcoxon's rank sum test for differences between groups. Results: It showed that the internal RMS(Root Mean Square) values of the additive group were significantly larger than those of other group. No significant differences in internal discrepancies were observed in the temporary crowns among the 2 groups with different manufacturing method. Conclusion: All the groups had the internal fit within the clinical acceptable range (< $50{\mu}m$). The continuous research in the future to be applied clinically for the adaptation of additive manufacturing technique are needed.

Keywords

Additive manufacturing;Dental CAD/CAM;Internal evaluation;Provisional crown;Subtractive manufacturing

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