Posterior Crown Prep




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DentalPro: Great video! I see this was done in 2012 but still helpful in 2017!

Rohit sonu: nice

dr Seema Bhandari: doc ..,why not make a lingual along with the buccal retention groove for more retention of the Crown...will it
fracture ?

Misc Olive: Savage over preparation. Onlay?

RyltarSB: Single unit crowns fail buccolingually, so retention grooves should be placed on the mesial and/or distal. FPDs fail mesiodistally, so retention grooves should be placed on the buccal/lingual.

VINCE ST. FABIANO: ... i do my own tooth prep with an 18 volt DeWalt drill and a grinding stone from a pedicure kit .....

roy burkhalter: This technique is what works best for this Dentist and allows for him to make a quick and efficient appointment. It may not be your ideal textbook prep but we never see ideal in dentistry. If his work stands the test of time then who cares what degree of taper is used or the useless anti-rotation groove on the buccal. I'm guessing you prep/temporize/impression in about 1hr appointments with this technique.

Negin Nematollah: Such a crapy prep where the hell is the morphology of the tooth????? Who is gonna prep the flat tooth for crown ?????

Nesha Britwood: How much does this cost?

stacymey@gmail.com: The ending shots of the video were on the gross side. What was in the pictures?

Elephantricity: Why do you destroy so much healthy tooth?

ismail qazi: good video, subscribed! i will be incorporating your technique in my day to day practice, that buccal groove will help locate crown on tooth easier also which sometimes is a issue on very round preps.  sometimes on the broken down molar example you gave, i dont bother rebuilding the composite core, i just remove caries and undercut and take the impression. this uses the tooth remaining as a the core with the boxes for retention. works well for me, maybe give it a go. thanks for the help

Kevin Haywood-Jackson: Hello Dr. Revering it's been a long time. Glad to see your business is doing well. #RidgmarFortWorth #patio furniture on roof :)

Charlene Solomon: The first (of 5) key principles fixed prosthodontic crown preparation technique is conservation of tooth structure. This has been ignored in axial, occlusal and especially proximal reduction.
The second principle is retention and resistance. Both Rosenstiel and Shillingburg recommend 6-8 degrees, although other clinical preps were found to be closer to almost 20 degrees. The bur angulation should be close to parallel to path of placement and your bur taper will give you a close to 6-7 degree taper. You would not need an additional buccal retention groove.
Too aggressive a preparation.

وش دخلك: ايش

milesgti: Little over-reduction going on here. 

Brad Revering: I love that in dentistry there's more than one way to do something.  Other dentists may have differing opinions however, this technique seems to be working well at my office.  

Neville Tucker: The only type of crown prep on a posterior tooth that is not liable to fracture is a full metal cast crown..You cannot calibrate a coping evenly with a grove on the  buccal..The only time a grove is necessary is to prevent rotation or to identify buccal from lingual..
 

-C4Dtv- CFAO CadCam Dentisterie Numérique: Nice job! do you know  the new PAG tecthnique it's quick and safe method of dental preparation specially adapted for CAD/CAM…
Go on my channel and see veneers clinical cases

Hani Morsy: pretty creative and informative .. enjoyed it .. thanks :)

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Posterior Crown Prep 5 out of 5

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