June 2009
Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Jun2009, Vol. 140 Issue 6, p707
Academic Journal
The author comments on the study on the use of resin-bonded bridges as an option for fixed reconstruction of missing teeth. The author states that the researchers although the researchers used acceptable methods in selecting articles, they inadequately combined the results of the study instead of examining the results separately. The comments on the strengths and weaknesses of the evidences presented. The author concluded that dentists should be careful in treatment planning.


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