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Removing a definitively cemented restoration has always been an unpleasant, anxiety-ridden, risky task. Even with the more efficient burs designed to cut through metal, zirconia, and other hard restorative materials, sectioning a crown or bridge retainer is still time-consuming and, of course, destroys the restoration. However, it still remains the safest way in terms of preserving the natural tooth on which the restoration is placed. But there are also instances when you and the patient want to try to save the restoration from having to be remade.

The instruments in this category are precision-made, air-activated units that are designed to keep both the restoration and abutment tooth intact during its removal. If they achieve this goal, their relatively high costs could be justified.

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