Restorative dentistry



Summary - Restorative dentistry

A short summary about the topic of Restorative dentistry.

Engineering phases - Restorative dentistry

We have already seen that the dental laboratory pours the prints into hard plaster. The stub (s) prepared for crowns are provided...

Structure for the benefit of crown and bridge work - Restorative...

If an element is affected and weakened by caries and / or trauma in such a way that there is insufficient support for a crown, the...

Inlay and onlay - Restorative dentistry

An inlay is an intracoronary restoration and an onlay is a combination of an intracoronary and an extracoronary restoration. With...

The bridge - Restorative dentistry

A bridge is a non-removable restoration that replaces one or more lost teeth. It is supported completely periodontally by at least...

The crown - Restorative dentistry

The element does not have to be lost as a result. Depending on the size of the fractured crown and / or root part, it is possible...

Restorative dentistry using molded and / or baked materials...

Occlusion building is that part of dentistry that deals with restoring occlusion and articulation if one or more teeth are lost. This...

Aesthetic dentistry - Restorative dentistry

Discolouration of teeth or shape and tooth position abnormalities can disrupt the appearance to such an extent that treatment is desired...

Preparation for and restoration with plastic filling materials...

The various plastic filling materials each have their own instructions for processing. The pretreatment of enamel and dentin in particular...

Restorative dentistry using plastic filling materials -...

Two phases are distinguished in caries therapy, namely the preparation or preparation of the cavity and the restoration or sealing...

Periodic mouth examination - Restorative dentistry

To determine whether treatment is required, a mouth examination is performed periodically. This is popularly called control. Although...

Conservative dentistry - Restorative dentistry

Caries is a process of decaying the hard tooth tissues. If dental hygiene is insufficient, a layer of dental plaque forms on the teeth....

Introduction - Restorative dentistry

Restorative dentistry is concerned with the repair or beautification of the teeth with filling materials. A distinction can be made...

Crown and Bridge work - Restorative dentistry

An impression must first be made for both crowns and a bridge. After printing, it is possible that the gums are sensitive for a few...

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