A survey of management strategies for noncarious cervical lesions.

Ashraf Estafan, David Bartlett, Gary Goldstein

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Abstract

Both causation and management of noncarious cervical lesions (NCCLs) (abfractions, wedge-shaped defects, stress-induced cervical lesions, and cervical erosion) remain debatable. A survey of clinicians' perceptions was therefore conducted at a recent professional meeting to determine optimal approaches to NCCL management. Examples of lesions differing in depth (1, 2, and 3 mm) were presented as being either sensitive or nonsensitive, and participants recorded their responses to the presented individual scenarios. This report provides information regarding correlations between increases in lesion depth, lesion sensitivity, and professionals' willingness to restore them. It was also noted that decisions to ensure mechanical retention positively influenced estimates for restoration longevity.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationThe International journal of prosthodontics
Pages87-90
Number of pages4
Volume27
Edition1
DOIs
StatePublished - 2014

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Estafan, A., Bartlett, D., & Goldstein, G. (2014). A survey of management strategies for noncarious cervical lesions. In The International journal of prosthodontics (1 ed., Vol. 27, pp. 87-90) https://doi.org/10.11607/ijp.3585

A survey of management strategies for noncarious cervical lesions. / Estafan, Ashraf; Bartlett, David; Goldstein, Gary.

The International journal of prosthodontics. Vol. 27 1. ed. 2014. p. 87-90.

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Estafan, A, Bartlett, D & Goldstein, G 2014, A survey of management strategies for noncarious cervical lesions. in The International journal of prosthodontics. 1 edn, vol. 27, pp. 87-90. https://doi.org/10.11607/ijp.3585
Estafan A, Bartlett D, Goldstein G. A survey of management strategies for noncarious cervical lesions. In The International journal of prosthodontics. 1 ed. Vol. 27. 2014. p. 87-90 https://doi.org/10.11607/ijp.3585
Estafan, Ashraf ; Bartlett, David ; Goldstein, Gary. / A survey of management strategies for noncarious cervical lesions. The International journal of prosthodontics. Vol. 27 1. ed. 2014. pp. 87-90
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