Lost Wax Casting Technique for Metal Crown Fabrication

McCoy, Todd
June 2014
Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Summer2014, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p126
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the importance of the lost wax casting technique for veterinary dentistry. It states that the technique can be used to fabricate full-metal crowns to restore the damaged teeth of animals. It also cites the properties of dental casting alloys including density, corrosion resistance in the mouth and hardness.


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