crown work


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crown work

A colloquial term for a dental crown.
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When the final crown work is ready to be seated, ___________is taken to insure that all margins are properly sealed.
He estimated that it would cost about $150,000 to automate the Glidewell's zirconia crown work cell.
Her impression of the services patients seek out of the country is that they primarily include veneers and crown work, which she called the "Extreme Makeover" effect.
"I have won six races at Dubai World Cup meetings, but I would trade them all to see Asiatic Boy win the big one," de Kock told the Dubai Racing Club yesterday after watching the winner of last year's UAE Triple Crown work at Nad Al Sheba racecourse.
As we age, our dental dilemmas shift from cavity control to gum disease, receding gum lines, misaligned bites, chipped and broken teeth, damaged bridge and crown work, and fractured fillings.