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Resealing Localized Marginal Washouts of All-Ceramic Restorations

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In this technique lecture, Dr. Ronald Goldstein describes, in great detail, the management of localized marginal washouts of all ceramic restorations. Site preparation, isolation, and materials are outlined.

Date Added:
11/5/2009

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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 - (9/23/2012 4:25 PM)

The bur I am using to finish the resin modified glass ionomer is the ET 3 EF...which is a 30 blade carbide in the ET series by BrasselerUSA. Since I try to carefully apply and finish the application of the material as close as possible to the margin, the 30 blade carbide is my choice. However, if it requires more finishing then I would start with the 16 blade ET 3F or ET4F (BrasselerUSA),

Island Mak - (9/23/2012 11:51 AM)

Moreover, it will be grateful if you can give us more information on the bur you use in the video.

Island Mak - (9/23/2012 11:49 AM)

Thank u very much Prof. Goldstein. It is a good tips to us.

Fernando Pessoa - (11/11/2009 10:52 PM)

thank you for the reply and clarification. I have cemented many zirconia based crowns with resin modified glass ionomers. I just thought you were talking about conventional ceramic crowns. thank you for your continuous video postings. I have bought your book and it has been quite valuable on my reception area.

Ronald Goldstein - (11/9/2009 7:10 PM)

Thanks for the question, Fernando,

I should have explained that the all-ceramic alumina or zirconia core cannot be etched but if there is a shoulder butt joint of conventiional porcelain, of course that can and is etched. Nevertheless we have been quite successful using the resin modified glass ionomer cements and I can refer you to the excellent article by Snyder, Lang, and Razzoog, The Efficacy of Luting All-Ceramic Crowns With resin-Modified Glass Ionomer Cement, Am Dent Assoc, Vol 134, No 5, 609-612.
© 2003 American Dental Association.

Ronald Goldstein

Fernando Pessoa - (11/8/2009 2:25 PM)

thanks for the video. please explain to me what you mean when you say that all-ceramic crowns cannot be etched and that is why you cement them with resin-modified glass ionomer instead.

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