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Cast metal Full Crown，Cast metal Complete veneer crownZhu ziyuan Staff Room of Prosthodontics
Contents What is the full crown?How many types of the full crown are there? What’s the advantage of the metal cast crown? Which teeth need crowns? How are crowns done?
What is the full crown A dental restoration that completely reproduces the clinical crown of a natural tooth
Types of the crown Metal full crown （金属全冠） Non-metal full crown（非金属全冠）
Types of the crown Combinatorial crown （金属—非金属混合全冠）
Metal crown( posterior tooth)Cast (铸造) metal crown Wrought (锤造) metal crown Computer aided design and computer aided manufactory ( CAD/CAM ) metal crown
Non-metal crown( posterior and anterior tooth)resin crown ceramic crown Cast glass ceramic crown CAD/CAM ceramic crown Porcelain crown
combinatorial crown (posterior and anterior tooth)Porcelain fused to metal crown Metal-resin crown
Definition of cast metal crownCast metal crown is a full crown restoration which is cast with dental alloy.
Advantages of cast metal crownhigh Strength tooth removed less fitness Long lasting Fine protection
Indications of metal crownPosterior tooth with large defect
Indications of metal crownMalposition (错位), torsoclusion (扭转)or malformation of posterior tooth(形态不良) Weak posterior abutment (基牙) of removable partial denture
Posterior retainer of fixed partial denture
Posterior tooth after RCT ( Root canal therapy 根管治疗)
Contraindications of metal crownIncontrollable caries People allergic to the metal Tooth with esthetical requirement
Contraindications of metal crownResidual root
Design of metal crown Material selection
Design of metal crown The position of gingival margin of the crownTo reduce the occlusal force
Tooth preparation Occlusal reduction：Provide the adequate room for the crown
Tooth preparation Occlusal surface： Amount of tooth reduction：1.0mm
Essentials of Occlusal preparationReduce the inclination of cusp
Essentials of Occlusal preparationPrepare ladder on large filling material
Buccal and lingual reduction：Provide the adequate room for the crown Amount of tooth removing：1.0mm
Essentials of buccal and lingual preparationThe functional cusp bevel preparation
Proximal reduction： Provide the adequate room for the crownAmount of tooth removing：1.0mm
Essentials of axical preparationAxial convergent angle 2°~5°
The axial surface angel preparationTo keep the contour of the crown
Cervical preparation Chamfer or bevel Width of shoulderNon-noble metal：0.5~0.8mm Noble metal：0.35~0.5mm
Position of gingival marginAt the gingiva 1.0mm above gingiva 0.5~1.0mm under gingiva
Finish 1.0mm 1.0 0.5 to 0.8
Impression of metal crownAn imprint of the teeth and surrounding tissues, formed with a plastic material to provide a mold for use in making restorations
Impression steps Impression of opposite teeth Impression of abutmentBite Registration
Gingival retraction Retraction cord
Impression method Two step method One step method
Try in of metal crown Check the gingival margin and tissular surface of the crown Try in on the die
Try in of metal crown Placement onto the abutment Occlusal adjustment
Essentials Pulp protection Gingiva protection Dental tissue protection
Essentials Correct tool selection Application of temporary crownOcclusal adjustment
Essentials Indications and contraindications To improve the retention
March 11, 2009 STI. Go for the Gold! Characteristics Parallelism ○ No undercut areas like in direct restorations Lost wax technique Higher strength.
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PRINCIPLES OF TOOTH PREPARATION (Lecture or Part-2)
Terminology and Classification Dr
METAL CERAMIC CROWNS PP
FIXED PROSTHODONTICS ( CROWN & BRIDGE )
PRINCIPLES OF TOOTH PREPARATION pp:
Prosthetic III. Fixed dentures. Restore the form (and function) Cemented on (in the ) prepared teeth Can not be removed.
Fixed Prosthodontics Chapter 50
Dr. Recep Uzgur Department of Prosthodontics
30 Fixed Prosthodontics. 2 Specialty that deals with replacement of missing teeth or parts of teeth with extensive restorations.
PREPARATIONS FOR PARTIAL VENEER CROWNS
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Department of Prosthodontics TSMU Replacement of defects of teeth and dentition by cast and metal-ceramics prostheses. Indication. Technological characteristics.
Class I & V Cavity preparation for Amalgam Restoration
Prosthetic treatment in children
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Crowns Bridges Inlays/Onlays Veneers Fixed Prosthodontics.
Cavity preparation according G.V.Black
Tissues Treatment before Impression Department of Prosthodontics Dr. Lan Jing.
ASSALAM-ALEKUM Welcome Back.
Mouth preparation of partial denture. Mouth preparation is fundamental to a successful removable partial denture prosthesis. It contributes to philosophy.
EVALUATION AND SELECTION OF ABUTMENTS
Dental Charting *Document clinical findings *Baseline for future treatment *Assist in patient education *Aide in treatment planning.
Doctor Name: _____________________________________ Date: _________________ Signature:_________________________________________________________________.
Introduction to Operative Dentistry
Margin (Finish line) placement
Restorative Dentistry. RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY Caries.
Fixed dentures Inlay, root canal inlay
Introduction to Prosthodontics
Porcelain Inlay and Onlay
Indications and clinical technology of manufacture of artificial crowns.
Dept. of Restorative Dentistry Dental College, Zulfi Almajmaa University Saudi Arabia.
Single die Single copper band impression may be done using either impression compound or rubber base. The type of single die material depends on the type.
Instructions for Clinic
Tooth preparation fixed prosthodontics DR. zaher A. madi.
Surveying maxillary cast
3 Implant crowns in lower right molar One-by-one Implant placement single implant crown 3 units Implant fixed restoration.
Partial Veneer Crowns , Inlays and Onlays
BY : DR. Nora cheta. Intracoronal attachments.
Class II MODB Pin Amalgam
Methods of inspection, diagnostics and orthopaedic dental treatment of patients with the defects of crown part of teeth.
A thin shell crown or fixed partial denture can be made from any of the acrylic resins, and then that shell can be relined indirectly on a plaster cast.
Single Tooth Indirect Class II MODB Pin Amalgam
Introduction In Removable Partial Denture
Dr. Gaurav Garg (M.D.S.) Lecturer, College of Dentistry Al Zulfi, MU.
Class I Amalgam Preparations
Chapter 7 Dental Charting
Acrylic partial denture
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