The Procera Abutment — The Fifth-Generation Abutment for Dental Implants

September 1, 2000
Splinting teeth to each other allows weakened teeth to be supported by neighbouring teeth, although the procedure can make oral hygiene procedures difficult. Several methods for splinting teeth, both extracoronal and intracoronal, as well as the materials commonly used for splinting, are described and illustrated. Two case reports are used to demonstrate the situations in which splinting might be appropriate.

MeSH Key Words: dental bonding; periodontal splints; tooth mobility/therapy

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