Radiopacity of Nonmetallic CAD/CAM Restorative Blocks

A n early study on the radiopacity of composite restoratives was reported more than three decades ago.1 In the late 1980s, porcelain computer-aided design/computer-assisted manufacture [CAD/CAM] blocks were developed and a study on their radiopacity was published.2 Current CAD/CAM technology has reached a stage of full development and has become widely used in dental offices and laboratories for fabrication of a wide range of indirect restorations.3

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