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Permanent Cementation of an All-Ceramic Crown

Description:
This video features special steps necessary in preparation of the tooth for cementation of an all-ceramic crown with Fuji PLUS Resin Reinforced Glass Ionomer Luting Cement.

Date Added:
12/4/2008

Author(s):

Ronald Goldstein, DDS Ronald Goldstein, DDS
Dr. Ronald Goldstein is currently Clinical Professor of Oral Rehabilitation at Georgia Regents University College of Dental Medicine in Augusta, Georgia, Adjunct Clinic...
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Questions & Comments
Ronald Goldstein - (3/23/2016 9:08 PM)

Bashir, Forgive me for not seeing your questions sooner and I will try to answer: As a short term solution I do repair ceramic chips with composite resin and they look great when they are done but over time the junction between composite and ceramic stains so it is best to do a long overlay and polish the microfill veneer part really well so you can continue to polish. I think the research shows that using the RMGI cement does not cause irreversible damage to the pulp so I use the mild acid that comes with the cement. And yes, Gluma does desentize but you get a better bond to the actual dentin rather than to the Gluma surface

Hasan Momani - (10/28/2015 6:53 AM)

Always great, thanks Dr.Goldenstein.

Bashir Rabie - (5/6/2015 2:02 PM)

Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge and experience. I was wondering would it be appropriate to just repair that incisal chip with composite and a lingual matrix specialy if the margings are acceptable. Every time we etch on the pulp horn we are increasing the chance of pulpitis. Do you think it is approperiate to say that every time we use a RMGI cement with etch we introduce reversible pulpitis ? Do you get more post op sensitivity with RMGI cement since you have to etch? dose using gluma under the crown reduce post op sensitivity ? Using composite to repair the chip, would it be possible to make it look as good as the adjacent crown ? i highly appreciate your answers and once again thank you very much for sharing your experience.

chandanpreet jaspal - (12/3/2013 9:46 PM)

simple and informative

Mohit Suryavanshi - (5/6/2012 8:35 AM)

thanks

Ronald Goldstein - (4/13/2011 8:19 PM)

Jack,

If the tooth needs an internal build up then my preference is for a GIC product. However if it needs pins then I prefer composite core build up. I do not use amalgam. Also if it is a pre fabricated metal post I would use either GIC or composite depending on the size of the tooth...and how many posts I need to insert. If it is an upper molar with 3 root canals...I would use 3 posts forming a triangle and in that case either a GIC or composite. Hope this answers your question....Ron Goldstein

Jack Yang - (4/13/2011 9:33 AM)

Dr. Goldstein, i am must wondering, with the latest technology on cementing and bonding... would you still do a core build up when restoring a broken down tooth? or would you just soley relying on cementing and bonding strength of the cement? if you do still do core build up, what material would you use? composite core build up, GIC or Amalgam? thanks

Youssef Abou-Atme - (12/12/2010 6:23 AM)

Not only re-watching, but also re-reading the comments. Two thumbs up!

julian jaramillo b - (11/11/2010 8:16 AM)

Nice simple tips to enhance cementacion.

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