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  3/4 Gold Crown Prep. Upper 1st Premolar

This page has been copied from the Indirect Restorations section.

Three-quarter crowns were originally devised to preserve the buccal enamel of a tooth that required a crown, for aesthetic purposes. The advent of ceramics in dentistry has largely solved the aesthetic crown problem, but they are still useful as a way to conserve tooth tissue.

They remain one of the most technically challenging procedures in operative dentistry.

Slide show: 3/4 Gold Crown Prep.
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Educational aims of this juce

 This page aims to show how to prepare an upper pre-molar to receive a 3/4 Gold Crown.
 There is a step-by-step picture series that shows how to undertake this procedure.
Instructions are given for each stage of the procedure.

This page contains verifiable CE / CPD

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