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The article talks about the innovation in dentistry wherein computer-aided system is used to manufacture a porcelain crown on the spot, eliminating the need for a temporary crown replaced by a permanent one.
Which material is strongest when creating provisional crowns? During selection of materials for this restoration, clinicians must consider physical properties, ease of handling, cost and patient satisfaction and approval.
A quick clip from Columbia College in Alberta, demonstrating trimming a provisional crown.