Describe and compare the protocols used for the cementation of tooth-supported Monolithic and Veneered Zirconia crowns.

Review objectives: 1. Provide a brief overview of the workflows for fabricating Monolithic and Veneered Zirconia crowns. 2. Describe and compare the protocols used for the cementation of tooth-supported Monolithic and Veneered Zirconia crowns. 3. Appraise the available evidence concerning the rate of survival (or longevity) of tooth-supported Monolithic versus Veneered Zirconia crowns. Please use these references: References – Shihabi S, Chrcanovic BR. Clinical outcomes of tooth-supported monolithic zirconia vs. porcelain-veneered zirconia fixed dental prosthesis, with an additional focus on the cement type: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Clin Oral Investig. 2023 Oct;27(10):5755-5769. doi: 10.1007/s00784-023-05219-4. Epub 2023 Aug 26. PMID: 37626273; PMCID: PMC10560185. – Russo, D. S., Cinelli, F., Sarti, C., & Giachetti, L. (2019). Adhesion to Zirconia: A Systematic Review of Current Conditioning Methods and Bonding Materials. Dentistry Journal, 7(3). – Özcan, M., & Bernasconi, M. (2015). Adhesion to zirconia used for dental restorations: a systematic review and meta-analysis. The journal of adhesive dentistry, 17(1), 7–26. – Kontonasaki, E., Rigos, A. E., Ilia, C., & Istantsos, T. (2019). Monolithic Zirconia: An Update to Current Knowledge. Optical Properties, Wear, and Clinical Performance. Dentistry Journal, 7(3). – Solá-Ruiz, M. F., Baixauli-López, M., Roig-Vanaclocha, A., Amengual-Lorenzo, J., & Agustín-Panadero, R. (2021). Prospective study of monolithic zirconia crowns: clinical behavior and survival rate at a 5-year follow-up. Journal of prosthodontic research, 65(3), 284–290. – Solá-Ruiz, M. F., Leon-Martine, R., Labaig-Rueda, C., Selva-Otalaorrouchi, E., & Agustín-Panadero, R. (2022). Clinical outcomes of veneered zirconia anterior partial fixed dental prostheses: A 12-year prospective clinical trial. The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 127(6), 846-851. – Lameira, D. P., & De Souza, G. M. (2015). Fracture Strength of Aged Monolithic and Bilayer Zirconia-Based Crowns. BioMed Research International, 2015. – A Scioscia, A Helfers, S Soliman, G Krastl, NU Zitzmann; Performance of Monolithic and Veneered Zirconia Crowns After Endodontic Treatment and Different Repair Strategies. Oper Dent Mar 1 2018; 43 (2): 170–179. doi: – Pontevedra, P., Lopez-Suarez, C., Rodriguez, V., Pelaez, J., & Suarez, M. J. (2022). Randomized clinical trial comparing monolithic and veneered zirconia three-unit posterior fixed partial dentures in a complete digital flow: Three-year follow-up. Clinical Oral Investigations, 26(6), 4327-4335. TEXT • Must follow American (rather than British) English spelling and punctuation style. • Numbers from one to ninety-nine must be spelled out, with the exception of percentages, fractions, equations, numbered lists and Likert scale numbers. • The body of the manuscriipt should be divided into sections preceded by appropriate subheadings. Major subheadings should be typed in capital letters at the left-hand margin. • Secondary subheadings should appear at the left-hand margin, be typed in upper and lower case and be boldfaced. • Tertiary subheadings should be typed in upper and lower case and be underlined. • Examples of Heading Format: • MAJOR SUBHEADING • Secondary Subheading • Tertiary Subheading REFERENCES References must be numbered consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. Each source should have one number – do not to repeat sources in the reference list. References must be identified by Arabic numerals and placed in the text as superscriipt numerals within or at the end of the sentence. Do not enclose the numerals in parentheses and follow American rather than British or European style conventions (e.g., the reference number follows rather than precedes commas and periods). References should not be linked to their numbers as footnotes or endnotes and 2) references to tables and figures should appear as a source note with the table/figure, not numbered consecutively with the references for the article. Do not use italics or boldface anywhere in the references. If the publication has one to four authors, list all of them; if there are more than four authors, list the first three followed by et al.