direct restoration

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di·rect res·tor·a·tion

(di-rekt restŏr-āshŭn)
Reconstruction placed and formed in the cavity preparation; includes types using gold, amalgam, composite resin, and glass ionomer cement restorations.
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The use of light curing composite materials meant a new step forward towards the direct restorations on the posterior teeth.
Finally, especially in severely decayed teeth and after endodontic treatment, preformed metal crowns should be taken into account as a last and appropriate alternative to direct restorations.
Daniel Rovirosa of Coral Springs, Florida, who said, "SonicFill gives me the ability to place direct restorations predictably and efficiently.