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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Direct restoration of 260 ha of degraded raised bog habitat;
Competencies also include restorative/surgical procedures such as extractions of primary teeth, fabrication of temporary crowns, pulp capping and preparation and placement of direct restorations.
Conservative direct restorations for posterior teeth.
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.