The success of dental restorations should not only be measured by immediate outcomes, such as patient comfort and appearance, but also by long-term survival and stability of the definitive restorations. Long-term success is dependant on the level of precision at which treatment is carried out. The three main areas in which this precision should be focused are precision of fit, occiusal precision, and aesthetic precision.
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