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#9-11 PFM FPD

1) Incisal edge reduction: 2mm


2) Lingual Reduction (Fossa/Cingulum Area): 1.25-1.5 mm
3) Preparation centered on long axis of tooth, cusp tips centered
4) Retention and Resistance: 6-10 degrees taper with 2-3 mm lingual wall height
5) Facial-Proximal axial reduction: 1.2-1.3 mm on both facial planes
6) Lingual wallAxial depth half the depth of the chamfer bur
7) Shoulder finish line 90 degrees 0.5 mm supragingival
8) Chamfer finish line 0-0.5 mm supragingival
9) Shoulder-Chamfer blend: mesial just lingual to contact, distal at the contact
#14 PFM
1) Buccal cusp reduction: 2mm (cusp tip to midway down triangular ridge)
2) Lingual occlusal surface reduction: 1.5 mm reduction over entire area (including
the buccal cusp, central groove)
3) Preparation centered on long axis of tooth, cusp tips centered
4) Retention and Resistance: 6-10 degrees taper
5) Facial-Proximal axial reduction: 1.2-1.3 mm on gingival plane
6) Lingual wall reduction Axial depth half the depth of the chamfer bur
7) Shoulder finish line 120 degrees 0.5 mm supragingival
8) Chamfer finish line 0.5 mm supragingival
9) Functional bevel placement 2.5 mm occlusal-apical height
10) Non-functional (Aesthetic) bevel placement 2.5 to 3 mm occlusal-apical height
11) Shoulder-Chamfer blend: mesial just lingual to the contact, distal at the contact
#27 PFM
1) Incisal edge reduction: 2 mm
2) Preparation centered on long axis of tooth, incisal edge centered
3) Retention and Resistance: 6-10 degrees taper with 2-3 mm lingual wall height
4) Facial-Proximal axial reduction: 1.2-1.3 mm on both facial planes
5) Lingual reduction (Fossa/Cingulum area): 1.0-1.25 mm reduction over entire area
6) Lingual wallAxial depth half the depth of the chamfer bur
7) Shoulder finish line 90 degrees 0.5 mm supragingival
8) Chamfer finish line 0.5 mm supragingival
9) Shoulder-Chamfer blend: blend occurs just lingual to contact points
#10 PFM
1) Incisal edge reduction: 2mm
2) Preparation centered on the long axis of tooth
3) Retention and Resistance: 6-10 degrees taper with 2-3 mm lingual wall height
4) Facial-Proximal axial reduction: 1.2-1.3 mm on both facial planes
5) Lingual reduction (Fossa/Cingulum area): 1.25-1.5 mm reduction over entire area
6) Lingual wall reduction axial depth half the depth of the chamfer bur
7) Shoulder finish line 90 degrees 0.5 mm supragingival
8) Chamfer finish line 0.5 mm supragingival
9) Shoulder-Chamfer blend occurs just lingual to contact points

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#18 FVC
1) Occlusal reduction: 1.5 mm
2) Preparation centered on long axis of tooth (cusp tips and central groove position
maintained)
3) Retention and Resistance: 6-10 degrees taper with 4 mm buccal wall height
4) Axial reduction tooth morphology maintained
5) Functional bevel placement correct angulation and reduction
6) Non-functional bevel placement correct angulation and reduction
7) Chamfer finish line 0.5 mm supragingival
8) Chamfer finish line-axial depth half the depth of the chamfer bur
#3 FVC
1) Occlusal reduction: 1.5 mm
2) Preparation centered on long axis of tooth
3) Retention and Resistance: 6-10 degrees taper with 4 mm buccal wall height
4) Axial reduction tooth morphology maintained
5) Functional bevel placement correct angulation and reduction
6) Non-functional bevel placement correct angulation and reduction
7) Chamfer finish line 0.5 mm supragingifal
8) Chamfer finish line-axial depth half the depth of the chamfer bur
#3 Crown
1) Occlusal Reduction: 1.5 mm (L) to 1.5 to 0.5 mm (B)
2) Preparation centered on long axis of tooth
3) Retention and Resistance: 6-10 degrees taper with adequate wall height
4) Retention-Resistance Boxes (Axial Depth) Proper location and depth (0.8-1.2mm)
5) Functional Bevel Placement correct angulation and reduction
6) Non-functional Bevel Placement (Buccal cusps shoe): correct angulation and
reduction (0.2-0.3 mm)
7) Buccal Angles of Exit (from box forms): 135 degrees with 0.75 mm clearance
8) Isthmus depth and width: 2.0-2.5 (D) and 1.5 mm (W)