Direct and indirect restorations, provisional and or permanent

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Direct and indirect restorations, provisional and or permanent

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Restoration is a term used in dentistry to describe the repair of a missing or damaged tooth structure. Restorations are classified as either direct or indirect.1 Direct restorations are repairs made inside of the mouth (fillings), while indirect restorations are fashioned outside of the mouth and then affixed to either the tooth or the supporting tooth structure in a separate procedure (examples include veneers and crowns). What is appropriate for you depends on the issue you're facing, but your personal preferences may also be able to play a role in your decision making.