Cracked tooth and crown preparation
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From: craig barrington
Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 9:31 PM
Subject: [roots] crown prep - Seiler Evolution xR6
a cracked tooth with a conservative crown prep. - Craig Barrington
Man I love your crown preps. What do you use for your marginal finishing.
I cannot get the uniformity of shoulder/chamfer width that you achieve.- gary
craig, for whatever reason you posts go in my junk file and having viewed your
exquisite work that is a shame. Really nice stuff. What material did you use
for the crown. Great case - Glenn
Bravo Craig! - Liviu Steier
Dear Craig, Gorgeous crown prep!!
but it's the painter not the brush.......same as endo files.....
there is no ideal instrument... use what works in your hands..... >>
We all wish we were da Vinci. Still, certain brushes are designed for certain jobs,
while other brushes are specifically designed (and have been shown to produce
better results) for other jobs.
<< use what works in your hands..... >>
Careful -- somebody here might interpret your phrase above as "'F' the science!"
Talent can indeed overcome the selection of improper, inefficient or otherwise
less than ideal instruments. But working harder than you have to is nothing for
any of us to be proud of. One thing is certain -- if I was you, I wouldn't change
a thing. - Pat
thanks everyone! the restoration will be a conventional porcelain bonded to metal
crown. i am too lazy to change burs a bunch, so i usually "finish" with the same but
I start with. i use AXIS turbo diamonds......probably the most aggressive bur on
the market. to finish, i do run the high speed handpiece ultra slow with no water
in a light brush stroke fashion but it's the painter not the brush......
.same as endo files..... there is no ideal instrument.... use what works in your
Seems you are a Michelangelo, - Thomas