CFAO CadCam: Do you know the PAG concept for all-ceramic crown preparation ? A french
revolution, go check out on my channel !
MsPauzii: Why is it okay to not remove everything that is black on the teeth? It
looks sick when it's black... Won't it be worse under the crown later?
Ruby H: This is so beautiful and unbelievably realistic crown. Amazing job and
props to the dentist!
Николай Алтухов: Super.
Sigma0283: It's ironic that I'm watching this because I got two temporary molar crowns
put in today. Not exactly a fun experience.
Sriwanti: Can someone tell me about the maintenance? thanks
KYR Genuis: The first part hurt me a lot and in 2 days i will have a temporary crown
Sensha Abraham: Wow! That's amazing ...
ampecsu: I have a crown on a front tooth but the back does not go all the way up to
my gums. wassup with that. It was done 10 years ago.
testosterone6: Nice job! But how many time to do the prep?
CalanguteDentalClinic Goa: Preparation of Tooth for All Ceramic crown is as simple as it looks here
and pain free. The after results are so much more pleasant as compared to
any other type of crown.
Aya H: I love this video from YouTube.
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William Bee: Is it safe?
jeck siahaja: @jojo... he or she has a filled tooth with composit on the incisal area.
that the point of view from the dentist ( i guessed) should do the
Ahmad Shakarnah: هو انت لسة شفت حاجة؟
robotsexual: what is the name of the White burn?. thanks
ecobra169: just mess-up a good looking tooth to put in fake
Jen Y: cancel. The person called it the root part of the tooth (the inside part
with the pulp is the part he think the dentist may broke). I am still
looking for a very experience endodonist to tell me what he may think is
causing the problem. This week no matter what I eat I feel sensitivie. The
big crown on the front top jaw of my mouth wiggles when I floss.
Hyun-Kyung Shin: like a original...! perfect!
Drizzler H,: wow, very realistic, congratulation for a well done job Dr.
TheNumbaOneMiss: GREAT JOB!
fieryelf: lol, painting it to look like an old tooth >_<
monomanemusuko: Did you not use the rubberdum?
TheNumbaOneMiss: i got 2 crowns and a filling with my ins. the copay was $740. without ins
you're looking at around $ 3000
chabelis de elia: IMPECABLE
ian1200: That looks to good to be NHS.
emma tate: That looks 1) painful 2) unsafe 3) unhealthy
Cristina Scripnic: did u go fix it?!i need go but im scared
James Chua: lol I laugh at when they painted it with yellow to make it look like the
NormalPersonn: Looks like a finger nail lol
manyaramataz: Can you eat as normal, they don't fall of or anything do they?
hung tran: thanks!it's great.
peter serna: Maybe I missed it, but did the doctor utilize the cords to retract the gums
Azcecenturkgeo fukarm: very good.
King Dave: Thank god there's no sound on this video!
mrsmac71: Just got told today i may need a crown on a very large filled tooth. Never
had a crown to date so wondered what it was. This was very interesting.
Dentists really don't get recognised for the job they do.
Ryan Saulus: I watched because I need it done. freak!
Frosty Reads: It doesn't hurt, but the gums will be sore. They put a temporary crown on
to protect the tooth while the permanent one is made, so it might be
sensitive to cold or heat, but no pain otherwise. :)
MSPAINT DIO: while watchin this, i was listenin to the rocky 4 war theme, lol. this
video needs sound.
Joseph McCantry: No pain, but it tastes nasty sometimes.
brunetteangel7: yeahhh, I didn't know what veneers entailed when I got two on either side
of my front teeth. They were perfectly good teeth, just slightly small. I
can't believe i just watched it because it brought back the horror of the
pain and the smell of them grinding my real teeth off. Also, nobody told me
that veneers/crowns are a bad idea if your bite is messed up or if you
grind your teeth at night :(
prateek kumar: Good job But plz mention the steps and materials used
onebrightlady: Good job!
Marcellius Tiongco: Why am I watching these videos!
BEAU CARRALL: Dam ! I don't think i should be watching this as i am about to get this
done in 2hhrs time arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrhhhhhhhhhhh!
AlfaHanen1: Thanks, It is intresting how the work,
Baron Grutter: Great hands, no doubt. Both the prep and provisional crown were excellently
crafted. One question, why leave what is clearly a leaky restoration? 1:
it's going to make the final ceramic work more difficult to block-out that
darkness; 2: that restoration can't be offering much bond strength, so a
replacement (or simply removal) would most likely improve the long-term
retention; 3: with all that leakage, there's a good chance there's decay.
Sure you're containing it, but is it worth the risk?
Gardeninggirl1107: excellent job - I need a dentist like this.
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