Dataset of "A Meta-analysis on the Success of Resin Composite Restorations Since 2010"

Published: 20 July 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7k9sg622g7.1
Contributor:
Türkay Kölüş

Description

This dataset consists of data extracted from the following studies: 1. Rocha A, Salas MS, Masotti A, da Rosa W, Zanchi C, Lund R. A Randomized Double-blind Clinical Trial of Dentin Surface Treatments for Composite Restorations in Noncarious Cervical Lesions: A 36-month Evaluation. Operative dentistry. 2019;44(2):114-26. 2. Dilsad OF, Ergin E, Attar N, Gurgan S. Comparison of laser-and bur-prepared class I cavities restored with two different low-shrinkage composite resins: a randomized, controlled 60-month clinical trial. Clinical oral investigations. 2020;24(1):357-68. 3. Gurgan S, Vural UK, Kutuk ZB, Cakir FY. Does a new formula have an input in the clinical success of posterior composite restorations? A chat study. Clinical oral investigations. 2021;25(4):1715-27. 4. Loguercio A, Rezende M, Gutierrez M, Costa T, Armas-Vega A, Reis A. Randomized 36-month follow-up of posterior bulk-filled resin composite restorations. Journal of dentistry. 2019;85:93-102. 5. Kitasako Y, Sadr A, Burrow M, Tagami J. Thirty‐six month clinical evaluation of a highly filled flowable composite for direct posterior restorations. Australian dental journal. 2016;61(3):366-73. 6. Celik EU, Tunac AT, Yilmaz F. Three-year clinical evaluation of high-viscosity glass ionomer restorations in non-carious cervical lesions: a randomised controlled split-mouth clinical trial. Clinical oral investigations. 2019;23(3):1473-80. 7. Cieplik F, Scholz KJ, Tabenski I, May S, Hiller K-A, Schmalz G, et al. Flowable composites for restoration of non-carious cervical lesions: Results after five years. Dental materials. 2017;33(12):428-37. 8. Favetti M, Schroeder T, Montagner AF, Correa MB, Pereira-Cenci T, Cenci MS. Effectiveness of pre-treatment with chlorhexidine in restoration retention: a 36-month follow-up randomized clinical trial. Journal of dentistry. 2017;60:44-9.

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