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Volume 19 , Issue 6
November/December 1999

Pages 569-577

An Introductory Therapeutic Modality for Restoring Implants and Natural Teeth Using Conus Crowns: A 5-Year Case Report

Stanley E. Ross, DDS/Ingrid M. Schultz, RDH/Kenneth E. Ross, DMD, MSD

PMID: 10815595
DOI: 10.11607/prd.00.0350

The advent of cylindric titanium implants and the prevalence of periodontal disease have necessitated a restoration that facilitates the performance of oral physiotherapy. The use of the conical crown as a metallic covering over natural teeth and implants-with a suprastructure that is retained through a specific degree of convergence without cement or screws-allows access for enhanced oral hygiene practices, while providing for esthetic and functional goals.

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