Procedural investigations and early clinical experiences with the full ceramic Cerestore crown system

Weber, H.; Chan, C. R.; Geis-Gerstorfer, J.; Simonis, A.; Knupfer, D.
July 1985
Quintessence International;Jul1985, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p463
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the procedure of making the full ceramic Cerestore crown system. The use of the Cerestore crown is restricted to single-unit restorations. Any of the common materials can be used for taking the impressions. The impression materials can be poured either directly with the epoxy or indirectly using the duplicating procedures. The epoxy can be controlled so that its dimensional behavior is much like that of dental stone and at 200°C the epoxy material retains the sharp details of the original die. The die was further hardened by heat treatment.


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