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All-Porcelain Crowns & Bridges

dental crown and bridge in [city]A crown (cap) is a restoration that is placed on teeth that have lost a lot of their structure. There are various types of crowns, ranging from full porcelain to full metal. Your dentist will explain the advantages and disadvantages of each kind for you. A crown (cap) is a restoration that is placed on teeth that have lost a lot of their structure. There are various types of crowns, ranging from full porcelain to full metal. Your dentist will explain the advantages and disadvantages of each kind for you.

Crowns may also be used to securely attach a bridge if the surrounding teeth by themselves are inadequate to do so. A bridge is a dental appliance that is used to replace one or more missing teeth. They are designed to be cosmetically appealing and also to restore proper occlusion. Like crowns, bridges are fully customizable and made of various materials, including porcelain and metals. Although not as permanent as a cap, bridges are bonded to surrounding teeth and only removable by your dentist.

Both crowns and bridges are created to match the color, height, texture and overall appearance of your teeth. Most crowns and bridges will last for life, eliminating the need to replace them unless they fall out or become loose. You may prolong the durability of your crowns and bridges by practicing good oral hygiene and visiting your dentist for regular check-ups and cleanings.

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Inlays


Cementation (must be adhesively cemented)

Recommended

  • Multilink Automix
  • Variolink 2
  • Variolink Veneer

Other:

  • Adhesive Resin Cements

Contraindication:

  • Temporary Cements
  • Self-Adhesive Cements
  • Glass Ionomer Cements
  • Resin Modified Glass Ionomer

Onlays


Cementation (must be adhesively cemented)

Recommended

  • Multilink Automix
  • Variolink 2
  • Variolink Veneer

Other:

  • Adhesive Resin Cements

Contraindication:

  • Temporary Cements
  • Self-Adhesive Cements
  • Glass Ionomer Cements
  • Resin Modified Glass Ionomer

Veneers


Cementation (must be adhesively cemented)

Recommended

  • Variolink 2
  • Variolink Veneer

Other:

  • Adhesive Resin Cements

Contraindication:

  • Temporary Cements
  • Self-Adhesive Cements
  • Glass Ionomer Cements
  • Resin Modified Glass Ionomer

Anterior Crowns

Posterior Crowns

Cementation

Retentive Preparation

Recommended

  • Multilink Automix
  • Variolink 2
  • SpeedCEM

Other:

    Adhesive Resin Cements
  • Self-Adhesive Cements
  • Glass Iononomer Cements
  • Resin Modified Glass Ionomer

Contraindication:

  • Temporary Cements

Non-Retentive Preparation

Recommended

  • Multilink Automix
  • Variolink 2

Other:

  • Adhesive Resin Cements

Contraindication:

  • Self-Adhesive Cements
  • Glass Ionomer Cements
  • Resin Modified Glass Ionomer
  • Temporary Cements

Anterior Bridge

Cementation

Retentive Preparation

Recommended

  • Multilink Automix
  • Variolink 2
  • SpeedCEM

Other:

    Adhesive Resin Cements
  • Self-Adhesive Cements
  • Glass Iononomer Cements
  • Resin Modified Glass Ionomer

Contraindication:

  • Temporary Cements

Non-Retentive Preparation

Recommended

  • Multilink Automix
  • Variolink 2

Other:

  • Adhesive Resin Cements

Contraindication:

  • Self-Adhesive Cements
  • Glass Ionomer Cements
  • Resin Modified Glass Ionomer
  • Temporary Cements

Posterior Bridge

Cementation

Retentive Preparation

Recommended

  • Multilink Automix
  • Variolink 2
  • SpeedCEM

Other:

    Adhesive Resin Cements
  • Self-Adhesive Cements
  • Glass Iononomer Cements
  • Resin Modified Glass Ionomer

Contraindication:

  • Temporary Cements

Non-Retentive Preparation

Recommended

  • Multilink Automix
  • Variolink 2

Other:

  • Adhesive Resin Cements

Contraindication:

  • Self-Adhesive Cements
  • Glass Ionomer Cements
  • Resin Modified Glass Ionomer
  • Temporary Cements

Cement Procedures

Step 1 - IPS e.max Restoration Conditioning

  • Etching Restoration
    • Apply IPS Ceramic Etching Gel (5% HF Acid) for 20 Seconds to bonding surface of the restoration. Rinse thoroughly
  • Priming Restoration
    • Apply Monobond Plus Universal Primer to the bonding surface of the restoration. Allow to react for 60 seconds. Completely air dry.

Step 2 - Tooth Conditioning

  • Etching Tooth
    • Apply Total Etch 37% Phosphoric Acid etching gel. (15 seconds on dentin, 30 seconds on enamel). Rinse and dry leaving prepared surface moist.
  • Priming Tooth
    • Apply bonding agent to moist preperation.

Step 3 - Cement

  • Mix and dispense cement into restoration

Step 4 - Clean Up

  • After seating, light cure each quarter surface for 1-2 seconds. The cement will achieve a gel-like consistency for easy clean-up.

 

 

Variolink 2/ Variolink Veneer

Multilink Automix

SpeedCEM

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