Crown and Bridge

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Crown and Bridge CATEGORY DESCRIPTION

Temporary crown and bridge materials have undergone significant change and innovation since their introduction in the 1930s. The oldest materials still in use—acrylic (PMMA and PEMA) temporaries for single and multiple long-span provisionals—come in numerous shades and are easily smoothed and polished, with PMMA offering increased strength and color stability. The evolution of materials to bis-acryls (bis-GMA and UDMA), multi-functional methacrylate esters filled with glass and/or silica particles, has resulted in easier handling, improved compressive and tensile strength, and less shrinkage.

 

Among the multitude of advances in provisional materials are light-cured composite resin preformed crowns for single-unit provisionals in molar, premolar, and canine shapes. These moldable crowns enable adaptation of a fit around preparations on the buccal, lingual, and occlusal aspects prior to light setting, optimizing fit, wear, strength and polishability without the need for a matrix.

 

In the digitization and CAD/CAM arena are precision-milled, acrylate, polymer-filled, contoured single- and multiple-unit provisionals. While not fabricated chairside, these materials offer increased strength and fit, along with a customizable solution. One system of compatible materials for temporary restorations does integrate dentist with technician, with users able to combine a chairside self-curing provisional material with acrylate polymer blocks and lab materials.

Temporary crown and bridge materials have undergone significant change and innovation since their introduction in the 1930s. The oldest materials still in use—acrylic (PMMA and PEMA) temporaries for single and multiple long-span provisionals—come in numerous shades and are easily smoothed and polished, with PMMA offering increased strength and color stability. The evolution of materials to bis-acryls (bis-GMA and UDMA), multi-functional methacrylate esters filled with glass and/or silica particles, has resulted in easier handling, improved compressive and tensile strength, and less shrinkage.

 

Among the multitude of advances in provisional materials are light-cured composite resin preformed crowns for single-unit provisionals in molar, premolar, and canine shapes. These moldable crowns enable adaptation of a fit around preparations on the buccal, lingual, and occlusal aspects prior to light setting, optimizing fit, wear, strength and polishability without the need for a matrix.

 

In the digitization and CAD/CAM arena are precision-milled, acrylate, polymer-filled, contoured single- and multiple-unit provisionals. While not fabricated chairside, these materials offer increased strength and fit, along with a customizable solution. One system of compatible materials for temporary restorations does integrate dentist with technician, with users able to combine a chairside self-curing provisional material with acrylate polymer blocks and lab materials.

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EZ Seat – modified gingival contours greatly reduces the risk of pulp exposure on preparation, and allows seating where there is a lack...
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DMG America Luxatemp Ultra Provisional Material Luxatemp Ultra creates a highly esthetic temporary, with reliable strength and...
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Protemp Plus, the first nanotechnology-based bisacrylic material, was developed to meet the most challenging temporization situations. ...
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Centrix Tempit Unit-Dose Provisional Material Tempit’s unit-dose delivery system eliminates mixing while facilitating placement and...
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3M ESPE Dental Products' Polycarbonate Prefabricated Crown Refills are a viable method of single unit temporization short- or long-term...
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Space Maintainer Bands with Tube from Ma De Tech (Arcapco)
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Hu-Friedy˜s Stainless Steel Pedo Crowns are primary molar crowns that are pre-trimmed and crimped for quick and simple placement. •...
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Hu-Friedy˜s Stainless Steel Pedo Crowns are primary molar crowns that are pre-trimmed and crimped for quick and simple placement. •...
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Stainless Steel Primary Molar Crowns by 3M ESPE Dental Products are prefabricated to facilitate a quick and easy solution for dental...
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3M ESPE Dental Products' Polycarbonate Prefabricated Crown Refills are a viable method of single unit temporization short- or long-term...
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Unitek Primary Stainless Steel Crowns by 3M ESPE Dental Products are prefabricated, easy to customize crowns that meet both adult and...
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3M ESPE Dental Products' Anterior Strip Crown Forms are prefabricated, transparent strip crowns for primary anterior applications. They...

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