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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* The total removal of carious lesion and temporary restoration in first clinical sitting followed by permanent restoration in second clinical session was the preferred treatment choice in the case of deep carious lesions.
An initial temporary restoration, when it first emerges from the mold, should be of a shape that requires only minor adjustments, taking a few minutes before the refined temporary is completed.
What's more is that it's much healthier treatment option as there are no temporary restorations involved.
The temporary restorations were made and cemented using temporary cement (Temp Bond, Kerr Corp., Orange, CA, USA).
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.
Because everything is completed in one visit, patients do not need to wear temporary restorations.
He covers assessment, planning and treatment, the triad of aesthetics, health and function, choices in all-ceramic systems, color and shade analysis, foundations and intra-radicular support, tooth preparation, therapeutic temporary restorations, biological impressions, try-in procedures, and cementation and dentine bonding agents.
It provides a much smoother surface, which produces better quality models for fabrication of whitening trays or for making temporary restorations if used as a matrix for provisional materials.

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