Fixed crowns and bridges, when executed properly, are the best restorations for replacing missing teeth. China Dental Lab Loyal Beauty has been providing high quality crown and bridge products for denture users.
Under the operation of the dentist, complete the three steps of wearing in the patient’s mouth, trying it on, adjusting the position, biting the jaw, and cementing
Before trying on the Crown and Bridge, it is necessary for the physician to check the fit of the crown to the surrogate. Upon examination, the physician can identify possible problems with the crown and bridge in terms of edge adhesion, aesthetics, and occlusion.
In general, common problems can include: too tight adjacent surface contact, the small protrusion on the tissue surface of the casting, too stretched crown edge, insufficient crown edge extension, damage to the generation, etc.
Generally, it is a substitute positioning, caused by inaccuracy or wear of the collar contact point.
Solution: When the crown and bridge is in place, check whether the model is displaced, and determine the contact point that is too tight by clenching the paper, sanding and polishing.
Generally, it is caused by bubbles during embedding.
Solution: Small round drill to grind.
This can be caused by poor stamping quality, poor styling, and excess untrimmed wax or porcelain on the edges of the crown and bridge.
Solution: Trim the crown and bridge axles and polish them, or consider returning the restoration to the mechanic room for rework.
The reason is that the stamping quality is poor, the generation is not well-trimmed, and the complete line cannot be determined.
Solution: Re-make the stamping die and make the restorations
The reason is that the finish line is damaged because the technician is not careful, or the casting has bubbles that wear out the model when it is in place.
Solution: Carefully examine the cause of the damage to the model, and if the restoration is not in place after removing bubbles or small protrusions and trimming excessively long edges, it should be returned to the workshop for rework.
The physician uses dental floss to examine the adjacent contact. The appropriate adjacent contact is that the floss can pass but is slightly resistant.
If the contact is slightly tight, the adjacent contact area of the Crown and Bridge can be slightly polished and polished. Care should be taken at this time. Improper operation can easily make the contact area larger and wider.
It is also helpful to check the fit of the jaw by placing a thin piece of occlusal paper between the crowns (in the mouth or on the surrogate) before adjusting. Contact areas are rare, and once they occur, physicians can improve it by adding porcelain and alloy solder to the adjacent surface by sending the crown back to China dental outsourcing.
Untreated prosthetic cuts should not be worn and adhered to the patient’s mouth, as this may cause food clogging.
Adjust the color and shape of the Crown and Bridge, note here that small adjustments should be made in order, and porcelain can be added to the metal layer if necessary.
Crown and bridge that are too light in color can be improved by dyeing and re-sintering.
In addition, the color of the All Ceramic Crown and Dental Veneer can be fine-tuned with resin binders.
Before bonding, patients should be asked to evaluate the prosthesis. If they cannot accept the color or shape of the crown, they are advised to speak out. Physicians should never risk dissatisfaction with the patient to bond, and finally remove the prosthesis and repeat all previous production processes.
Crown and bridge adhesion ranges from very tight to open along the edge of the tooth, especially at edges that can only be examined with a probe.
It is essential for physicians to follow high clinical standards during operation to prolong the lifespan of the prosthesis. The eventual failure of most crown bridge restorations clinically is closely related to insufficient adhesion at their edges. Incongruent edges can cause water mentin to dissolve more easily in contact with saliva or water in the mouth, leading to poor crown retention, marginal plaque buildup, and secondary caries. Defective subgingival margins can affect gum health through local bacteria.
The final step is the occlusion assessment. It is best for the physician to remove the crown and bridge and select a few adjacent teeth to use as a reference for the evaluation after the crown is in place again. At this time, the thin occlusion paper determines the amount that needs to be adjusted.
We specialize in crowns and bridges, veneers, all ceramic restorations, implant, attachment, orthodontic, full and partial dentures, flexible partial, metal framework and so on. Since 1995, Loyal Beauty has been exporting products to Europe, United States and Japan, and has helped thousands of dentists to restore the oral health and smiles for their patients! We start the Lab with the mission of maximizing consistency in this highly variable industry.
Regular cases - 3 days in lab. Implant/combination cases - 4+ days in lab.
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