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The All-Ceramic Crown Pt 1

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In this part 1 of the 4 part series, Dr. Ronald Goldstein describes the theories behind the use of all-ceramic crowns in restorative dentistry and how to achieve clinical success in their implementations.

Date Added:
6/30/2008

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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 - (7/22/2013 3:40 PM)

Island,

The occlusal reduction can be 1.5mm if it is an all ceramic crown such as lithium disillicate or all Zirconia. However, if it will be a ceramo-metal crown then I will go to 2.0mm.

Island Mak - (9/21/2012 12:05 PM)

Excuse me, Dr Goldstein mentions that the incisal reduction is 1.5 mm. How about the occlusal reduction of posterior teeth such as bicuspid?

Island Mak - (8/17/2012 10:58 AM)

Although it is 4 years ago, it is still worth for us to watch again and again.

Ronald Goldstein - (4/21/2011 9:40 PM)

Jack,
Just wanted to let you know I had a patient today that had 2 root canals and if you saw the teeth there appeared to be sufficient tooth structure not to have to do a post and core...however, the remaining tooth structure looked weak to me so I decided to do a post in each of the 2 teeth I was crowning in a 28 tooth full mouth reconstruction. So I guess one could say...rules are made to be broken and your first hunch is your best hunch!

Ronald Goldstein - (4/20/2011 7:38 PM)

Good question, Jack...
I am well aware of the research and agree with most all of the findings. My take is that if there is enough remaining tooth structure and at least 1-2 mm ferrule then no need for a post. However, my own tooth broke this week at the gum line and I had to have a root canal and then a post and core buildup in composite resin so a crown could be made. Then an exact problem occured in a patient the same day so I spent all day Monday being treated and then treating my patient the same therapy. I hope this helps.

Jack Yang - (4/17/2011 8:20 AM)

hi Dr Goldstein, what do you think of the idea of post core crown after a tooth that has been RCT... or should we just build up a core, such as composite core then prep the core and make a crown of it? i understand there are studies have shown that post and core crown actually have a higher chance of vertical root fracture... is this what you think also? thanks

Ronald Goldstein - (9/13/2010 6:03 PM)

You are correct, Sam...this is just one reason why Dentalxp is the best value in distance learning today.

Sam Busich - (9/13/2010 3:18 PM)

I recall that this video alone was available through GIDE for $245 ALONE. You get this video plus the entire XP site for a little more than that. Love this site, the best dental ed online. Thank you XP Sam

Ronald Goldstein - (9/12/2010 7:27 PM)

Sergio, I will refer this question to the technical staff of Dentalxp...many thanks.

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