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Published in Clinical Dentistry

Journal Scan / Research · December 19, 2020

Polymers for Conventional, Subtractive, and Additive Manufacturing of Occlusal Devices Show Similar Wear Resistance Despite Differences in Hardness and Flexural Properties

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Polymers for Conventional, Subtractive, and Additive Manufacturing of Occlusal Devices Differ in Hardness and Flexural Properties but Not in Wear Resistance
Dent Mater 2020 Dec 04;[EPub Ahead of Print], C Wesemann, BC Spies, G Sterzenbach, F Beuer, R Kohal, G Wemken, M Krügel, S Pieralli

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