Prisma � Universal Bond � 3 & TPH � Class I, II, & IV

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					           Prisma® Universal Bond™ 3 &
               TPH® Class I, II, & IV
Material: TPH and Prisma Universal Bond 3
Title: Clinical Evaluation of L.D. Caulk Prisma TPH as
      a Posterior and Anterior Composite Restorative
      Material
Principle Investigators: Drs. Makoto Suzuki and
      Donald F. Davidson
Type of Restorations: Class I, II & IV
4-year Results:
                                                                          100
26 Patients, 78 restorations (63 Class I & II; 15 Class
      IV); (% alpha—highest rating): Retention (100%),
      Anatomical Form (100%), Sensitivity (100%),                           80




                                                          Percent alpha
      Color Match (100%), Marginal Integrity (67%),
      Marginal Discoloration (89%),Secondary Caries
      (97%), Occlusal Wear (89%), Surface texture                           60
      (89%), Axial Contour (100%) Fracture Resistance
      (100%).                                                               40
Average Wear Values: 4-yr. (10 to 19µm, n=1; 20 to
      29µm, n=0; 30 to 39µm, n=15; 40 to 49µm, n=29;                        20
      50 to 59µm, n=16; 60 to 69µm, n=2). Average
      general occlusal wear from baseline was found
      to be 43 m.                                                            0
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      fractures or dislodgment of the restorations.                                                                                  Fra
      Based on 4 year recalls, TPH performed
      exceptionally well clinically and the average
      occlusal wear was well within that allowed by the
      ADA relative to composite resin restoratives on
      posterior dentition.
                          78 Class I, II, & IV restorations, 4-Year results

				
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