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Comparison of parental satisfaction with three tooth-colored full-coronal restorations in primary maxillary incisors
A.A. Salami, , R. Bashiri
Published in Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry
PMID: 26551364
Volume: 39
Issue: 5
Pages: 423 - 428
Objectives: To evaluate and compare the parental satisfaction among resin composite strip crown, preveneered stainless steel crown (PVSSC) and the newly introduced pre-fabricated primary zirconia crown for restoring maxillary primary incisors. Study design: A prospective clinical study on 39 children with carious or traumatized primary maxillary incisors. They were randomly and equally distributed in three groups and received one of the full-coronal restorations. Children were recalled to evaluate and compare parental satisfaction about performance of crowns after one year through a questionnaire. Results: Parents were satisfied with all three tooth colored full-coronal restoration techniques. A significant relationship was found between colour of PVSSC (p=0.003) and durability of resin strip crowns (p=0.009) with the overall parental satisfaction levels. Parents who gave poor ratings in these two variables however rated their overall acceptance levels as being satisfied. Conclusion: Parental overall satisfaction was highest for zirconia primary crowns followed by resin composite strip crowns and lowest satisfaction was reported for pre-veneered SSCs. Parents were least satisfied with durability of resin composite strip crowns and colour of pre-veneered stainless steel crowns. However, this did not affect their overall satisfaction with these crowns.
About the journal
JournalJournal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry
PublisherJournal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry
Open AccessNo
Concepts (5)
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    Tooth colored
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    Full coronal
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    Primary incisors
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    Parental satisfaction