Restoring a tooth (Gold Crown) – Part 1

This video shows the first stage of the production of a cast gold crown for a damaged tooth. The crown is made on the model (See Videos 2 and 3) using wax, w…

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8 Responses to “Restoring a tooth (Gold Crown) – Part 1”

  1. what is this job title called i want to lean this ?

  2. I prefer Amalgam. A gold tooth is too risky to get, I don’t want grave robbers to dig me up and steal my teeth when I die.

  3. hi please can you help i just had a white crown fitted and have noticed he has cut some of the gum away and its not that the gum has gone down becouse of the temp cap you can see where there is missing gum and now the gum is about 4 or 5 mm lower than the rest of the gum and 3 mm lower than the bottom of the crown its self would this couse problems for me down the line or at any time someone please help thanks

  4. this video is quite explicit….great job

  5. I would like to know if I could have your premission to use this video in a classroom setting with dental hygienists.

  6. Not familiar with the system you are using (only used pin system so far). :) Solid work in any case. You only forgot to mention usage of isolating fluid on antagonists, so wax doesn’t stick; which can happen sometimes when you are learning! Cheers!

  7. THANK YOU SO MUCH! Have a test tomorrow in dental materials! Helped a lot!

  8. Awesome job guys. I’m here in Oklahoma learning about this stuff on paper… and seeing it done makes all the difference. Two thumbs up.