The crown preparation was done without the administration of local anesthesia. A supragingival shoulder margin was made. Patient was informed about the supragingival shoulder margin, as this being the back tooth, supragingival margin does not compromise the esthetics and the patient can also maintain good oral hygiene. As the tooth had a short clinical crown, two grooves on buccal and lingual surfaces were made for extra retention. The tooth has a very small mesial fracture line. The fracture line was eliminated completely. Temporary crown was fabricated, final impression was taken and the temporary crown was cemented. The patient felt very comfortable and was fully satisfied and happy with the treatment.
S.S., NYU College of Dentistry<–>Tags: fabricated loop, gold, Kaitlyn Loop, lower molar, molar, no anesthesia, NYU dental intern, post and core, root canal treatment
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This post was written by Dr. Jeffrey Dorfman