A Case-based Reasoning System for Monitoring the Longevity of Dental Restorations.
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University of Paisley, Scotland
COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS JOURNAL. Volumen 9 (1). University of Paisley, Scotland.
Changes in dental restoration treatment patterns, combined with the introduction of new improved restorative materials and techniques, has greatly influenced the longevity of dental restorations. During the last decades there have been a great advantage in the restoration field. Since mid -1980’s adhesive resin systems have been advocated for use in bonding amalgam to tooth structure and the advantages of bonded amalgams have been proved. The aim of this paper is to show how is evolving the field of the dental restoration and how composite restoration is gaining the battle to amalgam restoration with the help of a case-based reasoning system. This problem solving technique has been used to monitor the evolution of the dental restoration over the last decade using historical data and expert knowledge
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