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Temporary crown instructions – Avoid hard and sticky food and be careful not to breakor dislodge temporary crown, as it is fragile and brittle. If the crown comes of, keep it,make an appointment to re-cement it/make new one in necessary.If gingiva is sore – use salty hot water rinses to help with healing process.Good oral hygiene is essential.Insert appointment scheduled.Permanent Crown insert procedureDisinfect permanent crown to prepare for cementation.LA is optional.Temporary crown is removed usually using plastic or excavator.Permanent crown is tried in the mouth and checked for fit and shade.Cement is manipulated and placed in the crown.Crown is inserted into the mouth.Pressure is applied to the crown while the cement is setting by asking patient to biteon cotton roll placed directly on top of the crown.Cement is cured if required.Excess cement is removed with probe or excavator.Occlusion is checked with articulating paperAdjustments are made if necessary.Floss will be used to clean interproximal contact points.54. Please write a short description of the PROPHYLAXIS procedure.Please mention thesetups for each stage.Mouth MirrorHygienist scaler6/7TweezersFloss/GauzeWho probeTriple syringeUltrasonicscalerSlow speedhand pieceCharting of the patients teeth are doneXray are taken if neededSet upUsing the ultrasonic scaler teeth are cleanThen manually teeth are cleaning with scalerFlossedProphy paste is appliedTreatment if finish by applying fluoride and then spit out after 3 minutes by patientCRICOS Provider No. 03188C|RTO Provider No. 52128|Author: Nazeer Iqbal|Current Version: 3.0Initial Issue date: 21/05/2018|Current Version Issue Date: 06/04/2021|Next review date: 06/04/2022|Page21of58
55.Please write a short description of the total and partial denture stages.Please mention thesetups for each stage.Partial dentures is to replace one or more, but not all teeth in one arch.Full dentures is used when all teeth are missing.1. Exam, consultation, treatment planAll relevant patient’s information needs to be obtain.All relevant medical and dental information needs to be obtain in order to assess patient’sattitudetowards the idea of wearing denture/s.Clinical examination, including charting, is then undertaken.Radiographic examination is essential to plan the treatment, as un-erupted or impactedteeth, retained roots, cysts and other conditions have to treated prior to dentureconstruction.All dental work, such as restorations, has to be finalized.Periodontic condition has to be treated, if required.2. Preliminary impressionPreliminary impressions are taken using alginate in stock trays.For edentulous patients compound material is used.The purpose of preliminary impressions is to take a negative of the mouth, which is pouredup in greenstone or yellow stone.

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