temporary restoration

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tem·po·rar·y res·to·ra·tion

a restoration to be used for a limited period of time, in contradistinction to a permanent restoration.

temporary restoration

A temporary dental filling, bridge, crown or retainer, made, e.g., from zinc oxide, stainless steel, aluminum, resin, or cements. Temporary restorations are designed to last from days to years after placement.
See also: restoration

tem·po·rar·y res·to·ra·tion

(tempŏr-ar-ē restŏr-āshŭn)
Dental restoration to be used for a limited time, in contradistinction to a permanent restoration.
Synonym(s): provisional restoration.
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Meanwhile, the provisional restoration was fabrication.
During construction, the catering service will be provided in the provisional restoration building with a warming kitchen.
Because crown and bridge preparations remove enamel from the tooth and leave the dentinal tubules exposed, the thermal insulation offered by a provisional restoration is also very important for patient comfort.
With the advancement of resin composites and adhesive systems, reattachment of tooth fragments has become a restorative technique with favourable prognosis rather than a provisional restoration.
A provisional restoration was made using a silicon key as mold copying the morphology of the wax-up.
They address treatment planning, treatment options, and materials used for restoration; the principles and methods of restoration and cementation, provisional restoration, and management of discolored endodontically treated teeth; various aspects of the management of severely damaged pulpless teeth; and treatment of complications and failures, including perforations, removal of posts and broken instruments from the root canal system, and crowns.
The ability to deliver the restoration in a single appointment also prevents the potential for tooth contamination due to a possible poor fitting, leaking, or loss of the provisional restoration as seen in conventional crown fabrication techniques.
Simply put, immediate-loading is an innovative treatment system that allows the dentist to place the implant and provisional restoration in one appointment, which in turn allows the patient to walk out of the dental office with a functional tooth," says Dr.
A successful prosthodontic treatment requires the prepared teeth to be protected by a provisional restoration that closely resembles the definitive restoration.
In general, the works include the installation of structures, site installations, site preparation, signaling the site, installation of construction camps, the communication panel installation, earthworks, the up of pipes and accessories, backfilling, installing regulatory warning nets and compacting trenches, restoration of the premises, the provisional restoration of road and sidewalks, the final rehabilitation of roads and sidewalks, supply of the file proofing.

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