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Analysis Of Temporisation Procedures In Single Crown Fabrication - A Retrospective Study

Author: RUSHABH KAMDAR, NIVEDHITHA M.S, ARUN MURUGAIYAN
Abstract: Introduction: A properly fabricated provisional restoration is important in achieving a successful indirect restoration. The importance of provisional restoration as an integral part of treatment is necessary. Materials And Methods: The study has an institutional study which was conducted in a private institution. The sample size for this study taken was 1068 teeth. Data regarding all the cases completed between June 2019 to March 2020 were retrieved from the case records of a private dental institution. Data that was retrieved were cross-verified by two reviewers. Data evaluation was done by assessing dental records of various temporisation procedures carried out among single crown fabrication. The data collected was analysed using a Chi-square test, the data was tabulated in excel and the statistics were done in SPSS V20. Results: Various temporisation procedures carried out for single crown fabrication showed a significant association (P value<0.05 by Chi-square test). Temporisation technique which was most commonly used was direct technique.The temporisation material most commonly used was acrylic. The temporisation cement most commonly used was ZOE. Conclusion: Within the limits of our study, we concluded that the most commonly used temporisation technique is direct. Most commonly used teeth for provisional restoration were found to be upper anteriors followed by upper premolars. Most commonly used temporisation material was found to be acrylic followed by protemp. Most commonly used temporisation cement was found to be ZOE.
Keyword: Provisional restoration; Direct; Material and Cement.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.235
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