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Surgery: Case Report

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Dental Restoration

Author(s): Spandana vakapalli

Dental restorations are frequently used to resolve esthetic problems. This is the incident in patients presenting staining due to intrinsic or extrinsic factors (examples of which are staining by antibiotics and smoking habits, correspondingly) or in restorations where a dense highlighting structure is required, as in the situation of metallic or highly crystalline ceramic posts. The masking ability of curative materials depends on their optical factors. Examples of restorations: Fillings are the utmost common type of dental restoration. They fill the cavity with gold, silver amalgam, or tooth-colour plastic and glass materials called combined resin fillings. Crowns are a tooth-shaped “cap” that is positioned over a tooth to re-establish its shape and size, appearance, strength, to hold a “bridge” in place, or to shield a dental implant. Teeth regularly need to be reduced equally around the tooth so that the crown will flawlessly restore the shape and size of the tooth