Tooth # 21 Ceramo - Metal Preparation

Format Publication ID Version Published
Video, Tutorial 8557 1 June 27, 2011
New York University College of Dentistry

Description

A 16 minute fully narrated instructional video depicting the step wise procedure for the preparation of tooth # 21, a mandibular left first premolar for a Full Ceramic Metal restoration using a chamfer type finishing line. The procedure is performed on a mannequin mandible. The presentation goes from the unprepared tooth to the completed preparation with access to the buccal, mesial, distal and lingual aspects of the tooth by means of chapter markers.

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Citation

Kozlovsky M, Shanmugam K, Skiba W, Furnari P. Tooth # 21 Ceramo - Metal Preparation. MedEdPORTAL; 2011. Available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/8557

Educational Objectives

To be able to prepare a mandibular first premolar for a full ceramic metal restoration. To achieve a preparation that satisfies the criteria for the fabrication of a full ceramic metal crown restoration. To be able to follow the steps necessary to appropriately reduce and shape the entire tooth for the requirements of a full ceramic metal crown

Keywords

  • Tooth Preparation (MeSH), Ceramic Metal Crown, Porcelain Fused to Metal Crown, Mouth (MeSH)

Discipline

  • Dental
    • Critical Thinking
    • Intro to Clinical Dentistry
    • Operative Dentistry
    • Prosthodontics

Competencies Addressed

  • Medical
    • Medical Knowledge
    • Patient Care

Academic Focus

  • Clinical Sciences
    • Clinical Skills/Doctoring

Professional Interest

  • Evaluation of Clinical Performance
  • Instructional Materials/Methods
  • Oral Health

Organ Systems

  • Gastrointestinal system

Intended Audience

  • Professional School
    • Dental Student

Instructional Methods

  • Independent Study
  • Problem-based Learning

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