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Chapter 30 Fixed Prosthodontics & Gingival Retraction

Prosthesis Replacement of missing teeth and or tissue; artificial teeth. (teeth, dentures, partial, bridges ect)
Pontic & Abutments Pontiac - the missing tooth in a bridge. Abutment - the teeth/tooth adjacent to the pontic; anchor teeth/tooth
Direct vs. Indirect Direct - in office / Indirect - out of the office; sent to the lab
Inlay vs. Onlay Inlay - covers the area between the cusps in the middle of the tooth & proximal surfaces; MOD, MO, DO, O) Inlay - like inlays except the include the cusp ridges of the tooth
Core Buildups Treatment performs for vital & non-vital teeth that have very little crown structure.
Diastema Space between the maxillary central incisors
Temporary crown Provisional crown placed until permanent one is ready from lab
Noble metals High grade metals like Gold
Retraction cord Use around gingival margin at tooth prep. Cord is tucked 1-3 mm into v-shaped crevice; helps clear margins when doing impressions for crown.
Post and core Post - a screw that is placed in the tooth for added support Core -
Created by: cadengel