Although esthetic factors may limit its application, the all-metal complete cast crown should always be offered to patients requiring restoration for badly damaged posterior teeth. The complete cast crown has the best longevity of all fixed restorations. It can be used to rebuild a single tooth or as a retainer for a fixed dental prosthesis. It involves all axial walls, as well as the occlusal surface of the tooth being restored.
CreoZir has optimum properties for dental use with superior toughness, strength, increased translucency Full cast restorations are available in high-quality and biocompatible alloys that help preserve the oral health of patients.
The complete cast crown is indicated on endodontically treated teeth. Its superior strength compensates for the loss of tooth structure that results from previous restorations, carious lesions, and endodontic access.
CreoDent uses only ADA approved Type II, III, and IV High Noble Alloys.
Gentle on opposing dentition
Ductility and malleability
Ideal Thickness Requirements
Minimum recommended clearance is 1 mm on nonfunctional (noncentric) cusps and 1.5 mm on functional (centric) cusps. The occlusal reduction should follow normal anatomic contours to remain as conservative of tooth structure as possible. Axial reduction should parallel the long axis of the tooth but allow for the recommended 6-degree taper or convergence, which is the angle measured between opposing axial surfaces
Any margin preparation may be used