The role of occlusion on full mouth rehabilitation by adhesive partial crowns. A systematic review.
Aim In the dental literature there are many studies about full mouth rehabilitation. They are mainly focused on the reestablishment of esthetics and function in edentulous patients, or in complex cases in which a multidisciplinary approach is needed. The aim of this study was to systematically review the role of occlusion reported in the literature when full mouth rehabilitations by adhesive partial crowns are made.
Methods This report followed the PRISMA Statement. A database search in Medline/PubMed, Cochrane and Researchgate, in addition to other sources and manual searches was conducted, using appropriate key words to identify all kind of studies reporting on occlusion in full mouth rehabilitation with adhesive partial crowns. No language or time limitation was applied.
Results Only three papers were selected but no randomized clinical trials were found.
Conclusion No randomized clinical trial is available on full mouth rehabilitation with adhesive partial crowns and on the role of occlusion.
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