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SMART

Patient Specific = SMART

Everyone has those cases where off the shelf prefabricated crowns might not fit just right. Not only is this true with your pediatric cases, but also your patients with special needs. The word “compromise” shouldn’t have to be used when restoring these kinds of cases. That’s where the incredible digital technology Kinder Krowns has at its disposal comes in. Even if your office isn’t digital, you can still give your patients the best treatment possible. Even if our XL...

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Mid-Size Zirconia Krowns

ZIRCONIA PEDIATRIC CROWNS: WHEN TO USE A MID-SIZE CROWN

One daily dilemma a pediatric dentist faces is restoring posterior cases which have space loss. And when restoring back to back crowns aesthetically, the additional thickness of aesthetic crowns, although slight, can cause a lack of confidence in even the most experienced pediatric dentist. This is why we developed our aesthetic mid-size crowns, which offer a solution that will help you succeed in each of these cases! Mid-size crowns were created to combat the issues commonly seen in these cases....

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Prep Anterior

Vital aspects of your preparation.

Once you’ve selected your crown, it’s time for tooth reduction. With Zirconia Kinder Krowns®, we recommend reducing 1-1/5mm of tooth structure, followed by feathering your margins. When prepping for an SSC, you typically do not remove much, if any tooth structure on the buccal and lingual surface of the tooth. When prepping circumferentially, keep your bur parallel to the tooth. It’s very common for us to see over prepared occlusal/incisal surface and under reduced margins. Next, try-in your crown. If it fits...

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Crown Selection

Selecting the appropriately sized Zirconia Pediatric Crown.

The key to selecting the appropriately sized crown is knowing how much interproximal space you’re working with. If you choose a crowns size that’s too large, you’ll end up having to adjust the adjacent teeth. If you choose a size that’s too small, you’ll end up over reducing the tooth and potentially contacting the pulp. To select a crown, hold the crown up to the existing dentition to gauge the appropriate size. Alternatively, if you have a digital x-ray system,...

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