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Chapter 51 Provision

Provisional Coveage

What procedure would require a patient to wear a provisional prosthesis for a longer period of time? implants or periodontal therapy
How long does a patient normally wear provisional coverage? two weeks to one month
Prefabricated temporary crowns of polycarbonate are used _________. where appearance is important.
The most common type of provisional coverage used for crown and bridge preparations is _____. Custom made
Why is it possible for the fabrication and cementation of provisional coverage to be an expanded function? A provisional crown or bridge is not a permanent restoration
What is required before tooth preparation in the making of custom provisional coverage? A preliminary impression
The provisional should _____ below the margin of the preparation Not extend
The most common material used for custom provisional coverage is _____. self-curing acrylic resin
When would an aluminum crown be selected for use? for cost factor or time constraints
What is done after the provisional coverage has been cemented in the patient’s mouth? The occlusion is checked with articulating paper.
Patient home-care instructions for someone with provisional coverage should instruct him to _____. pull floss through the contact, either to the facial or lingual side, once floss is placed below the contact
After mixing the acrylic resin, where is it placed before seating it on the prepared tooth? In an alginate impression or a thermoplastic tray
Provisional crowns are commonly cemented with _____ cement. Temporary
Created by: cynthia.fryer