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3. Retention aid-additional support for the crown if tooth is extensively decayed. - Core build-up-used when the tooth is vital, provides a larger area surface for cementation of the crown. - Pin retention- necessary to add strength to the core build-up of the crown (added before core build-up) - Post and core- used on non-vital tooth, provide strength and stability4. Gingival retraction and tissue management- the cord temporarily displaces the gingival tissue and widens the gingival sulcus so that the impression material can flow around all parts of prep.5.Final Impression – elastomeric impression materials are used to create an extremely accurate impression. Light-bodied material- around the prep tooth, heavy-bodied material- into the tray to be seated on the quadrant on arch6.Bite registration- provides the laboratory technician to design the anatomic structures of the fixed prosthetic (open-bite, close-bite)Laboratory prescription-detailed and precise written order from the dentist to the laboratory technician bearing the description of the restoration to be fabricated. 7.Provisional coverage-used for patient comfort from tooth prep to final cementation (reduces sensitivity, protects the margins, prevents shifting)8.Delivery-cements the casting by dentist9.Home care-brush carefully everyday, floss under the pontic and into the sulcus at both abutments of a bridge

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