anatomic crown

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an·a·tom·i·c crown

that portion of a tooth covered with enamel.

an·a·tom·i·c crown

(an'ă-tom'ik krown)
The portion of a tooth covered by enamel.

an·a·tom·i·c crown

(an'ă-tom'ik krown)
Portion of a tooth covered with enamel.
Synonym(s): crown of tooth.
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A healthy female Caucasian patient (M.M, 46 years old) with an overall good oral hygiene attitude presented at our private dental practice in 2008; following a preliminary full-mouth dental bleaching and direct conservative therapies (i.e., restorations at elements 1.6-1.7) at the right maxillary quadrant, a decision was made to replace an old metal-ceramic prosthetic crown of tooth 1.5.
A tooth was considered to be erupted when the tip of crown of tooth had penetrated the gum margin (stage-1 of tooth eruption).
The teeth and the surrounding tissues were examined for the presence of tenderness, swelling, fracture of crown of tooth or sinus tract.