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Volume 36 , Issue 2
March/April 2023

Pages 216–218

Intraoral Repair of Chipping Due to Cohesive Failure—Results of a Nationwide Survey Among Dentists in Germany

Angelika Rauch, PD Dr Med Dent/Annett Schrock/Oliver Schierz, PD Dr Med Dent/Sebastian Hahnel, Prof Dr Med Dent

DOI: 10.11607/ijp.7098

Purpose: To survey the materials favored by dentists for intraoral repair of cohesive chipping. Materials and Methods: From August 2019 to February 2020, dentists were surveyed to determine the frequency of cohesive chipping experienced within the last 3 months and to identify their preferred approaches for intraoral repair. Results: Of the participants, 42.5% observed chipping (n = 506). Participants favored the application of roughening devices, silane, and composite resins. Self-etching glass-ceramic primers or hydrofluoric acid were used for ceramic etching. Conclusion: Dentists apply a variety of materials for intraoral repair of chipping, including materials that are not approved for intraoral use. Int J Prosthodont 2023;36:216–218. doi: 10.11607/ijp.7098

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