Wear of composite resin veneering materials in a dual-axis chewing simulator.

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      The attritional wear of human enamel and four different composite resins for the veneering of crowns was evaluated in a dual-axis chewing simulator over up to 1 200 000 loading cycles. Enamel showed less wear than the composite resins. However, an ultrafine compact-filled composite resin (Targis®) showed a wear not statistically significantly different from that of enamel. The other composite resins showed a statistically significantly higher wear than enamel regardless whether microfine, ultrafine midway-filled or ultrafine compact-filled. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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