dental restoration

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dental restoration

restoration

1. induction of a return to a previous state, as a return to health or replacement of a part to normal position.
2. partial or complete reconstruction of a body part, or the device used in its place.

dental restoration
see restorative dentistry.
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The centres offer comprehensive dental implant treatment services and are leaders in full-mouth or whole-arch dental restorations.
As with most dental restorations, veneers are not permanent and may someday need replacement.
Dental CAD/CAM technology allows dental laboratories and practices and their dentists and staff to design dental restorations on a computer screen.
Success of direct and indirect dental restorations demands exact replication of the natural tooth contours.
Soft-machining of partially sintered zirconia ceramic blocs by CAD/CAM technology, to produce dental restorations was proposed in 2001 after intensive research work [3,4].
In the future, dentist appointments for dental restorations will not only be shorter and less painful, but also fewer in number.
Especially for dentists and dental lab professionals involved with creating the highest possible quality dental restorations for patients.
Adding mercury to an amalgam makes it fluid for about five minutes before it hardens into the tooth, and there has been controversy over time about the health effects of using this metal in dental restorations.
A study titled 'Tobacco Intervention: Tobacco and oral disease', co-authored by Prof Bain and published in the British Dental Journal, said smoking was associated with discolouration of teeth and dental restorations, halitosis (bad breath), periodontal disease and higher dental implant failure rates.
Certified by the American National Dental Board, Dr Mazen has experience of over 13 years in dental surgery, prosthesis, cosmetA[degrees] ic dentistry, paedodontics, periA[degrees] odontics, endodontics and dental restorations, a press release said.
Longevity of posterior dental restorations and reasons for failure.
19-22) Recently, a methodology involving micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) was proposed as a reliable and non-destructive technique to evaluate the internal and marginal adaptation of dental restorations.