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J Korean Acad Pediatr Dent. 1999;26(1): 103-108.
CLINICAL EVALUATION OF VENEERED STAINLESS STEEL CROWN RESTORATION BY SILICOATER TECHNIQUE : CASE REPORT
정연화, 김왕근, 이창섭, 이상호
조선대학교 치과대학 소아치과학교실, 조선대학교 구강생물학연구소
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ABSTRACT
Restoration of severly carious, malformed or traumatically fractured primary incisors is one of the most difficult challenges in restorative dental care for preschoolers. In restoring primary anterior teeth, four types of complete coverage crowns have been attempted over the years. Stainless steel crowns, open-faced stainless steel crowns, acid-etched crowns(strip crowns), and preformed polycarbonate crowns have been the choices. While these restorations have been acceptable for many patients, they all have very distinct limitations. The ideal full coronal restoration for a primary incisor requires durability, retention, and esthetics. This paper reported veneered stainless steel crown restoration of primary anterior teeth by silicoater technique. Veneered stainless steel crown restoration by silicoater technique is considered to be a durable, retentive, and esthetic restoration.
Keywords: primary anterior teeth | silicoater technique | stainless steel crown
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