stainless steel crown


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stain·less steel crown

(stānlĕs stēl krown)
A preformed type, rather than one custom fit to an individual tooth; often used in interim restorations.
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A comparison between stainless steel crowns and multisurface amalgams in primary molars.
Hansen, DDS, brought to market the dental industry's first non-toxic, metal-free Zirconia crowns for children in 2008 - the first breakthrough in crown technology since the introduction of stainless steel crowns 50 years ago.