This would include, but is not limited to, CAT scans, MRIs, photographs, radiographs, etc.
Prosthesis constructed for placement immediately after removal of remaining natural teeth.
An unerupted or partially erupted tooth that is positioned against another tooth, bone, or soft tissue so that complete eruption is unlikely.
Material inserted or grafted into tissue.
- Dental Implant
A device specially designed to be placed surgically within or on the mandibular or maxillary bone as a means of providing for dental replacement; endosteal (endosseous); eposteal (subperiosteal); transosteal (transosseous).
Placement of an artificial or natural tooth into an alveolus.
An indirect intracoronal restoration; a dental restoration made outside of the oral cavity to correspond to the form of the prepared cavity, which is then luted into the tooth.
Between the teeth.
Inside the mouth.
Medications used intravenously (through the bloodstream) to produce varying levels of sedation.