Provisional materials: key components of interim fixed restorations.

  • Perry R
  • Magnuson B
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Abstract

Clinicians have many choices of provisional materials from which to choose when fabricating interim fixed restorations. While traditional materials are still in use today, temporary materials are continuously being updated and improved upon. In addition to the functional necessities required of the provisional material, it must also provide esthetic value for the patient. This article provides an overview of provisional materials, including newer bis-acryls that have helped eliminate some of the challenges associated with traditional acrylic materials. Composite resin preformed crowns for single-unit provisional applications are also discussed, along with CAD/CAM-fabricated materials. Regardless of the material selected, a provisional restoration must maintain and protect the underlying tooth structure from ill effects.

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  • ISSN: 1548-8578
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-84860798315
  • PUI: 364776626
  • PMID: 22432178
  • SGR: 84860798315

Authors

  • Ronald Perry

  • Britta Magnuson

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