intracoronal

in·tra·cor·o·nal

(in'tră-kōr'ŏ-năl),
Within the crown portion of a tooth.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

in·tra·cor·o·nal

(in'tră-kōr'ŏ-năl)
Within the crown portion of a tooth.
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).
Intracoronal reinforcement and coronal coverage: a study of endodontically treated teeth.
2, 3 The treatment of choice for this discoloration is the intracoronal bleaching.
Moris et al., "Effect of intracoronal depth of teeth restored with endocrowns on fracture resistance: in vitro and 3-dimensional finite element analysis," Journal of Endodontia, vol.
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.
The intracoronal bleaching technique is the most commonly used technique for endodontically treated teeth [2].
Professional Professional A, C, D maintenance: Tooth- maintenance for borne fixed patients with restorations tooth-borne fixed (intracoronal restorations should restorations, ex- include an extraoral tracoronal and intraoral health restorations, and dental veneers, single examination, oral crowns, and partial hygiene instructions fixed dental for natural teeth prostheses) and the fixed restorations, oral hygiene intervention (cleaning of natural teeth and restorations), and use of oral topical agents as deemed clinically necessary.
Intracoronal reinforcement and coronal coverage:a study of endodontically treated teeth.
Apart from the capabilities of reducing enamel demineralization adjacent to filling3, and causing remineralization2,3; and possession of antibacterial properties4,18, it also has the tendency to prevent recurrent caries.6,12,13 Not only as restorations12, but also as core build up components15, and intracoronal devices using cements18, fluoride-releasing materials have shown to be beneficial.
(1) Precision attachments could be extracoronal and intracoronal. Intracoronal describes an attachment within the confines of the cusps and normal proximal axial contour or within the normal contours of the crown of a tooth.
Intracoronal sealing comparison of mineral trioxide aggregate and glass ionomer.
Extracoronal bleaching Intracoronal bleaching (Superficial removal (Post-interventional RCT) of enamel surface) Argon laser KTP C[O.sub.2] laser Laser Diode laser (Family of Nd: YAG laser) Lasers for photoactivated disinfection for the purpose of cavity Disinfection: