extracoronal retainer

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ex·tra·cor·o·nal re·tain·er

a retainer that depends on contact with the outer circumference of the crown of a tooth for its retentive qualities.
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ex·tra·cor·o·nal re·tain·er

(ekstră-kōrŏ-năl rē-tānĕr)
Dental appliance that depends on contact with the outer circumference of the crown of a tooth for its retentive qualities.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

ex·tra·cor·o·nal re·tain·er

(ekstră-kōrŏ-năl rē-tānĕr)
Retainer that depends on contact with the outer circumference of the crown of a tooth for its retentive qualities.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Extracoronal (4) and intracoronal methods with adhesive technology have been suggested for the reinforcement of weak posterior ETT (5).
Often in a growing child, a ceramic extracoronal crown is not considered as the restorative margins become visible with growth.
Full mouth rehabilitation with fixed and removable prosthesis using Extracoronal Attachments: A clinical report.
Telescopic crowns and extracoronal ball attachments are used to increase and improve retentive force in maxillofacial prosthesis cases.
Intraosseous AOT may be radiographically divided into two types: Follicular (pericoronal) and extrafollicular (extracoronal) types.
He covers indirect restorations, restoration planning, principles of cavity preparation, intracoronal restorations, extracoronal restorations, conservative preparations: minimally invasive dentistry, the preparation of endodontically compromised teeth, and milled adhesive restorations.
There are six chapters: laboratory procedures, and intracoronal and extracoronal attachments, attachments on bars, overdentures, and telescopic crowns.
R., and St George, G, Crowns and other extracoronal restorations: cores for teeth with vital pulps.
Effects of Tooth Preparation Burs and Luting Cement Types on the Marginal Fit of Extracoronal Restorations.
Custom made posts remain an integral component of the prosthodontics treatment, (6-8) especially when extensive loss of coronal tooth structure is found, and the classic extracoronal ferrule effect is suitable to improve the structural integrity of the pulpless tooth.
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