What is the definition of “fit” for a Full crown restoration? What is the clinical acceptance of the fit of a full-crown restoration ?

| December 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

What is the definition of “fit” for a Full crown restoration? What is the clinical acceptance of the fit of a full-crown restoration ?

http://i2.wp.com/2.bp.blogspot.com/-bvkOPwpa8Pk/TvGcPeeiADI/AAAAAAAABLc/wI6Ww9MW69A/s1600/fit.jpgThe fit of a full-ciown restoration is normally measured in relationship to two reference areas: (1) the occlusal’seat and (2) the marginal seal. The two areas are interrelated and affect each other. The ideal fit of a full crown (marginal discrepancy) is related to the film thickness of the cementing medium (normally10—30 μ). The clinical acceptance of marginal discrepancy is approximately 80 μ.

 

Tags:

Category: Prosthodontics, Viva questions

Note: dentistbd.com does not guarantee the opportunity, legality, integrity, or quality of the Information.
WARNING: Any unauthorised use or reproduction of  dentistbd.com content for commercial or any purposes is strictly prohibited and constitutes copyright infringement liable to legal action.
Skip to toolbar