temporary crown

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tem·po·rar·y crown

(tempŏr-ar-ē krown)
Short-term artificial replacement for the natural crown of a tooth.
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The use of proper techniques like placement of temporary crown and proper sealing of the temporary and permanent restoration causes no permanent injury to the vital pulpal tissues, thus, not always necessatating the need of RCT in some cases.6 As the time of use of temporary crowns is limited only to a few weeks, the requirements for temporary crown differ only slightly from FDP.7 Pashley et al revealed that after a few days of crown preparation, the permeability of the cut dentin is greatly reduced, hence, enhancing the protection of the pulp against environmental insults.8
Thirty-one chapters--including a new one on endonic materials-- cover topics including: gypsum products for dental casts, waxes, metals and alloys, ceramics and porcelain fused to metal, synthetic polymers, denture lining materials, impression materials, dental amalgam, resin-based filling materials, glass ionomer restorative materials, temporary crown and bridge resins, and cements based on phosphoric acid, among others.
The temporary crown of this historically more sensitive approach is the wonderful Cambridge History of Seventeenth-Century Philosophy (1998), weighing in at over 1,500 pages.
I was chewing a white toffee bonbon while arguing with a caller, he wound me up and I bit on it right in the centre of my temporary crown while shouting at him.
Sonnenberg took several x-rays, conducted a "pulp test" on several of the patient's teeth, examined an existing temporary crown, and administered a local anesthetic.
Stuart Nordstrom made her a temporary crown, a patient griped about the similar compounds she used as a manicurist to fashion fingernails.
After this period, the acrylic temporary crown, previously prepared, was adjusted.
Polke stated "Dental crowns used to require two or three trips to the dentist, a temporary crown, uncomfortable procedures, and a one to three week waiting period while your permanent crown was being made.
Some assistants allow the (initially soft) temporary material completely polymerize into a hard temporary crown inside the patient's mouth while the patient is occluding into the triple tray.
Wong fondled the woman's breasts after putting her under sedation for a temporary crown, said Johannah Cutts, prosecuting.

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