indirect restoration

in·di·rect res·tor·a·tion

(indi-rekt restŏr-āshŭn)
Restoration formed on a die reproduction of a prepared tooth and then cemented into place; includes porcelain, gold inlays, and porcelain crowns.
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The quality of an impression determines the quality of the indirect restoration.
The double arch impression technique: a solution to prevent supraocclusion in the indirect restoration.
In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets: direct restoration products, indirect restoration products and dental anaesthesia products.
Specific areas of focus are: direct restoration procedures products, indirect restoration procedures products and dental anaesthesia products.
6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading the way in digital dentistry, Pacific Dental Services(PDS)-supported dentists have reached a major milestone and have completed more than one million CEREC Computer-Aided Design (CAD)/Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) indirect restorations in their offices.
Topics relate to diagnostics, treatment planning, occlusion, periodontal and endodontic aspects, anterior dental aesthetics, intracoronal and extracoronal restorations, materials for indirect restorations, tooth preparation, temporary restorations, impressions, the dental laboratory, implants, cementation, and removable prostheses.
J Manhart, HY Chen G Hamm, R Hickel, Review of the Clinical Survival of Direct and Indirect Restorations in Posterior Teeth of the Permanent Dentition, Operative Dentistry, 29-5, 481-508 (2004).
Traditional tooth preparation margin designs are still advised by most manufacturers for indirect restorations (Tsitrou & van Noort, 2008).
It is suitable for direct (Class I-V) and indirect restorations, esthetic corrections, splinting of loosened teeth, restoration of primary teeth, repairs of ceramic and composite restorations, direct composite veneers, and core build-ups.
This step-by-step guide to fixed prosthodontics and indirect restorations is intended for undergraduate dental students, vocational trainees, and practitioners studying for post-graduate exams.
The measurements have been done both on natural teeth and natural teeth compared with direct or indirect restorations.
Focusing on the management of caries as a disease and the restoration of individual teeth, the 20 chapters in this textbook describe direct conservative fillings fabricated from dental amalgam, resin composite, and resin-ionomer materials, and techniques for partial- and complete-coverage indirect restorations of gold alloy, porcelain, metal-ceramic, and resin composite.