There are only minor differences in preparation between the various all-ceramic crown materials. Proper design is critical for ensuring the mechanical success of the restoration.
Throughout the last fifty years, materials used for dental implants have been extensively researched, and an understanding of how the physical and chemical properties affect the clinical outcome of the treatment has considerably improved.
Well-defined margins are essential for achieving well-fitting restorations. It is crucial to ensure that the margins are designed and prepared correctly.
Guessing or eyeballing to adjust the crown is time-consuming and does not guarantee an accurate fit. Poorly fitting crowns are unacceptable and should not be cemented.
Since night guards are normally made from a hard, durable, heat-cured plastic, it is understandable that patients will have questions about the chemicals used. This blog post will help answer some of these questions.
Because zirconia crowns are designed to help seal and protect your patient’s teeth from further damage, it is imperative that you know how to properly implant a crown and how to adjust the fit of the crown should complications arise.