Dr Alessandro Conti Part 4. Tooth Preparations Demonstrations

Posted on 11 February 2017
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In this video, Dr Conti gives a demonstration of an anterior tooth preparation for an incisal fracture AND preparation for any onlay cavity.


Dr Conti discusses and shows by demonstration video:
1. How to prepare the buccal chamfer
2. How to finish the interproximal margins
3. How to finish the margins to ensure a nice smooth restoration to tooth margin to gain an aesthetic result
for an anterior restoration.

He then discusses the steps for an onlay preparation for a molar
1. Occlusal reduction
2. How to get interproximal reduction
3. Tips on getting good buccal and palatal reduction
4. Tips on getting good finishing lines using microscopes

Aims and Objectives
1. Learn the preparation steps to ensure smooth margins for an incisal fracture
2. Learn the preparation steps for a posterior onlay cavity

To see how to restore the onlay, visit Part 8

To view Part 1, Introduction to Microscope Dentistry, click here
To view Part 2, Microscope Dentistry, Posture, Clinical Applications and Working Position, click here
To view Part 3, Tooth Preparations Demonstrations, click here
To view Part 5, Rubber Dam Demonstration Practical Video, click here
To view Part 6, Cavities Preparation Demonstration, click here
To view Part 7, Workflow of an Indirect Composite - Preparation to Lab to Cementation, click here
To view Part 8, Stratification for a Posterior Cavity, click here
To view Part 9, Cementation Phases of an Onlay, click here
To view Part 10, Davide Bertazzo Lab Workflow, click here
To view Part 11, Practical Demonstration - Positioning on Microscope, click here

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