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n Evidence Based Summaries in Dentistry - Direct posterior high-viscosity glass-ionomer versus hybrid resin composite restorations in permanent teeth
Mickenautsch S, Yengopal V. Failure rate of direct high-viscosity glass-ionomer versus hybrid resin composite restorations in posterior permanent teeth - a systematic review. Open Dent J 2015; 9: 438-48.
In recent years, the use of resin composites for the placement of posterior permanent tooth restorations has increased, particularly because of its better aesthetic properties and the general concerns about the limitations of amalgam. Notwithstanding, a systematic review concluded that composite resin fillings show a shorter longevity than amalgam fillings.
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