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    Hi everyone!

    I know that "corona" is crown in odonology. But does anyone know how to say PERNO, WHICH IS A KIND OF SCREW THAT IS INSERTED IN THE TOOTH SO THAT II CAN HOLD THE CROWN.

    THE EXPRESSION IS PERNO Y CORONA: I NEED TO HAVE A PERNO Y CORONA DONE!

    THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diegonel View Post
    Hi everyone!

    I know that "corona" is crown in odonology. But does anyone know how to say PERNO, WHICH IS A KIND OF SCREW THAT IS INSERTED IN THE TOOTH SO THAT II CAN HOLD THE CROWN.

    THE EXPRESSION IS PERNO Y CORONA: I NEED TO HAVE A PERNO Y CORONA DONE!

    THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.

    Debes decirlo de la siguiente forma ."I need to have a screw-retained crown" http://luckyplazadental.blogspot.com...nt-crowns.html has click en este link y te llevara a la pagina que necesitas ver para que compruebes.
    Last edited by mariacecilia; 07-12-2010 at 08:34 AM.

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    What you call "perno" is the implant per se. Sometimes it is also referred to as shaft, fixation screw or anchor.

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    What you call "perno" is the implant per se, which is also called fixation screw, shaft or anchor. Yv Zo's translation sounds perfect to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by diegonel View Post
    Hi everyone!

    I know that "corona" is crown in odonology. But does anyone know how to say PERNO, WHICH IS A KIND OF SCREW THAT IS INSERTED IN THE TOOTH SO THAT II CAN HOLD THE CROWN.

    THE EXPRESSION IS PERNO Y CORONA: I NEED TO HAVE A PERNO Y CORONA DONE!

    THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.

    Debes decirlo de la siguiente forma ."I need to have a screw-retained crown" http://luckyplazadental.blogspot.com/2010/04/screw-retained-implant-crowns.html has click en este link y te llevara a la pagina que necesitas ver para que compruebes.
    Last edited by mariacecilia; 07-12-2010 at 08:35 AM.

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    Default Re: perno y corona (odontologia)

    Gentle, and Yv Zo, thank you very much!

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    no se traduce como "root canal"? I'm not 100% sure but I've seen it as "I NEED TO GET A ROOT CANAL DONE"...

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    Hola maria victoria,

    root canal, is tratamiento de conducto. However in a root canal, a screw and a crown are needed.

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    These are the different steps in the process:
    First off, when you still have your natural tooth, you get a root canal done to kill the nerve endings and affix a prosthetic crown to whatever is left from your natural crown/tooth roots. When this procedure cannot be followed, you get your tooth pulled out; and finally, you get an implant to replace the missing piece. ;-)
    Last edited by gentle; 07-15-2010 at 08:00 AM. Reason: wrong statement

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    thanks Gentle!

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