Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 25.5    |    
    Introduction
  • 01:34    |    
    Montefiore Medical Center
  • 03:11.5    |    
    Lab Management Today (LMT)
  • 04:17    |    
    Laboratory industry
  • 05:5.300000000000011    |    
    Failure of crowns
  • 05:58    |    
    Scientific literature
    • Prosthodontics research
    • International Journal of Prosthodontics
    • Dissecting the literature
    • Crossover study
    • Scandinavian society
    • More scientific facts
      • Ferrule
      • Understanding studies
      • Dr. Charles J. Goodacre
  • 13:27    |    
    Metal ceramic
    • Long-span resin-bonded fixed partial denture (FDP)
    • Implants
    • Provisional prosthesis
      • Clinical crown height
      • Template for final FDP
    • Metal trial
    • Shade verification
    • Final prosthesis
    • Interlocks
    • FPD cantilever
  • 24:01    |    
    Conformative quadrant treatment
  • 24:30.5    |    
    Splinted FPDs
  • Singular retention mechanisms
  • 26:49    |    
    Metal trial and path-of-insertion verification
  • 27:06    |    
    Costs of different procedures
  • 28:29.5    |    
    Metal ceramic fabrications
    • Noticing mistakes
    • Complex prostheses-plan for failure
  • 31:45    |    
    Repairability of metal ceramics
  • Master casts
  • 34:24.25    |    
    Plan for failure
    • Major failures
    • Solution to surgery
  • 39:43.5    |    
    All ceramic solutions
    • Finishing tooth restorations
    • Acceptable solutions for the patient
    • Superior marginal esthetics
    • All ceramic crowns
    • All ceramic complications
    • Dye inspection
  • 47:14    |    
    Take-home message
  • Patient occlusal case
  • 49:02    |    
    Question and answer period
    • Can you give your final cementation technique for Procera restorations?
    • What do you think about self-etch and self-cure luting agents?
    • Can you do an Empress crown on a canine that has an ideal occlusion and gives protection to the back teeth?
    • Cross-bite occlusion
    • Metal ceramic crowns
  • 01:01:18.550000000000182    |    
    Final words
  • 01:01:59    |    
    Final credits


PFM or All Ceramic Restorations… What’s Changed, What’s Stayed the Same?

New Media  | 07 de agosto de 2009  | Vistas: 4

In this conference, directed specifically to dental students at Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Kenneth S. Kurtz discusses the use of metal ceramics and fixed partial dentures (FPDs) in prosthodontics and dentistry. He begins by explaining the different processes that can be substituted for this technique and in what situations it may in fact be the best option to solve the problem. Depending on the dentist's biases and the patient's situation, it is up to the dental professional to determine if the patient needs it or not. The dentist must use the patient's prognosis to determine whether to use an all-ceramic restoration or a metal ceramic one. Kurtz emphasizes the need for a failure plan when introducing partial dentures so that any unforseen circumstance that arises can be addressed. He explains that students need to learn to develop backup plans when performing these procedures, which are not perfect and have a high probability of failure due to different circumstances in fabrication.




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Kenneth S. Kurtz is an expert in prosthodontics and maxillofacial prosthetics.…

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