Gold inlays are a good treatment option for posterior teeth -

These are the conclusions from a recent retrospective, practice-based study conducted by Institute of Clinical Dentistry, University of Oslo and NIOM.

A retrospective clinical study on the longevity of posterior Class II cast gold inlays/onlays. -

All dental restorations have a limited lifespan and will eventually need to be repaired or replaced. It is important to have in mind that the longevity of gold restorations have not been shown to be superior to that of resin composite, which should still be the first material of choice. However, gold inlays could be considered when the right indications are present.

A Retrospective Clinical Study on the Longevity of Gold Inlays -

AIM To investigate the longevity and reasons for failure of posterior Class II gold inlays among a group of Norwegian adults. METHODS A cohort of 138 patients (81 male and 57 female) regularly attending a general practice for regular check-up were examined by one clinician (GS) in 2016. The patients had a total of 391 […]