full crown

full crown

(ful krown)
Artificial cap that covers the entire anatomic crown of a tooth.
Synonym(s): complete crown.
References in classic literature ?
She looked all round it in silence for some moments, and then said emphatically, "Well, sister, I'll never speak against the full crowns again
One week later, the final restoration was made with a porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) full crown and cemented with Rely X[TM] U200 Self-Adhesive Resin Cement (3M ESPE, USA).
Upto 37 % of individuals had full crown visibility (score 1), whereas 42.
Ceramic Veneers is considered to be a more conservative treatment approach than full crowns because preparation of the teeth for veneers requires less tooth reduction than full crown preparations.
Amelanchier 'Ballerina' is perfect for a small garden with a large full crown on a short stem.
In order to restore esthetics of anterior teeth the treatment proposed ranged from bonded veneers restorations to tooth preparations for placement of a full crown.
Donaire, owner of the WBA super featherweight title, goes for the full crown against Nicholas Walters, the WBA featherweight champion proper.
The mandibular first molar was selected as it is one of the most of common tooth prepared to receive a full crown restoration and also the length of the margin is significantly greater as compared to other teeth due to which marginal discrepancy can be easily evaluated.
To achieve a better training action on tail pulleys, crown is important, but a full crown would put a lot of stress on the belt in an angled wing pulley.
This year, Angel's Krewe elected him the king, an honor that comes with full crown and royal regalia.
Gennady Golovkin's defeat of Milton Nunez the month before in an interim title bout ruled he would be handed the full crown upon Sturm's victory over Khoren Gevor and subsequent move to Super champion.