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 Two porcelain crown access cores
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From: Terry Pannkuk
To: ROOTS
Sent: Thursday, August 06, 2009 12:38 PM
Subject: [roots] Stating the Obvious

Here are two porcelain crown access cores I placed today after finishing the endo.  It seems obvious but if
the surrounding teeth do not have stained grooves you don't tint and if they do, it's nice to tint..
You don't want your cores to stand out, you want the access to disappear and the tooth to blend in with
the rest of the teeth. .

Just stating the obvious.  Nothing worse than seeing a crown with meticulously designed anatomy and tinting
when all the other teeth are uniformly white. :)_  Terry

P.S. the second molar on the second case is clearly resorbed and will be extracted.

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