Advantages And Disadvantages Of Dental Crowns

A dental crown is an example of an extra coronal restoration. The vast majority are indirect for which you require an imprint or impression to be taken prior to construction of the crown. Dental crowns can be classified in different ways but generally according to their use, their aesthetics and the material. Posterior crowns on… Continue reading Advantages And Disadvantages Of Dental Crowns

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 5

Acrylic Resin Crowns What is the combined, indirect/direct procedure for temporary crown fabrication? Previously fabricated ESF a temporary crown coming from the laboratory, is relined with additional quantity of self-curing resin material into the patient’s mouth (a chair-side relining procedure), for achieving perfect marginal fit of the restoration – to the finish line and to… Continue reading Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 5

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 3

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 3

Acrylic Resin Crowns Aesthetic Requirements: 1. The temporary crown should be easily shaped, contoured. 2. To demonstrate stability of colour, and its matching to the colour and translucency of the adjacent natural teeth. The perfect temporary restoration should meet all these biologic, mechanical and esthetic requirements. Although the ideal dental material for temporary crowns and… Continue reading Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 3

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 2

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 2

Acrylic Resin Crowns The importance of maintaining occlusion: Inadequate occlusal contacts allow overeruption. This is (vertical movement). Missing proximal contacts can cause migration – horizontal movement – of the abutment under the influence of mastication forces. This migration can make the adjustment of the final restoration quite difficult. Orthodontic movement is sometimes indicated to shift… Continue reading Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 2