Dentistry Temporary restoration

Flossing: Please floss with care. Floss down as normal however, pull out through the sides. ChewingFlossing: Please floss with care. Floss down as normal however, pull out through the sides. Chewing
You have just received a plastic restoration that will serve you for a short period of time. A few comments about this temporary restoration will be helpful for you. Temporary restoration
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N. Terry Fayad, dmd 80 Lindall Street, Suite #9 Danvers, ma 01923N. Terry Fayad, dmd 80 Lindall Street, Suite #9 Danvers, ma 01923
If the temporary restoration comes loose, breaks or comes off, please call the office asap. Temporary restoration
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Instructions for the following procedures. If you are having symptoms that are not covered here or have a dental emergency, please contact the office directlyInstructions for the following procedures. If you are having symptoms that are not covered here or have a dental emergency, please contact the office directly
It is best to refrain from eating for at least 2 hours and until the anesthesia has worn off to prevent possible injury to your soft tissue. Temporary restoration
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Post-op instructionsPost-op instructions
Trying to eat before this could result in soft tissue damage because you are not able to feel all of your mouth. The instructions found below are guidelines. Temporary restoration
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Temporary Crowns Or Bridges (Fixed Prostheses)Temporary Crowns Or Bridges (Fixed Prostheses)
You have just received a plastic restoration that will serve you for a short period of time. A few comments about this temporary restoration will be helpful to you. Temporary restoration
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Postoperative Instructions for Fixed RestorationsPostoperative Instructions for Fixed Restorations
Numbness of your lip, tongue or palate may persist for several hours. Do not chew gum, eat, drink hot liquids or smoke until the anesthetic has worn off to prevent injury from accidentally biting or burning oneself. Temporary restoration
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Purpose The purpose of this clinical update is to assist the clinician with the materials and techniques needed for the fabrication of fixed prosthetic restorations. IntroductionPurpose The purpose of this clinical update is to assist the clinician with the materials and techniques needed for the fabrication of fixed prosthetic restorations. Introduction
Lieutenant Commander (sel) Gerald W. Trkula, dc, usnr, and Captain Scott a synnott, dc, usn. Temporary restoration
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425 main street west seneca, new york 14224425 main street west seneca, new york 14224
Please initial each paragraph after reading. If you have any questions, please ask your doctor before initialing. Temporary restoration
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Cdamp module VII vocabulary worksheetCdamp module VII vocabulary worksheet
Directions: Using Delmar’s “Dental Assisting, a Comprehensive Approach”, 3rd Edition by Phinney & Halstead, 2008 Chapters 31, 30, 32, 29, 24, 25, 27, 35, define the following. Temporary restoration
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A. cariology, materials, instrumentsA. cariology, materials, instruments
Definition of dental caries. Theories of caries development. Current concept of caries development. Temporary restoration
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