What is an indirect restoration?

The removal of a currently cemented definitive indirect restoration, which may be subsequently reinserted.

Crowns, inlays and onlays are all examples of indirect restorations. Indirect restorations are created or milled externally using our CEREC MCXL Unit and then placed in the mouth, while direct restorations such as fillings are directly placed and light cured within the mouth.

 

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