Article: Volume 46 Number 9 Page 805 - October 2019

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Editorial:  WARNING: Crowns may be bad for the health of (posterior) teeth

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Abstract: The perceived wisdom, when Trevor was a boy at dental school, was that, if a cusp broke, or fell off, a posterior tooth, the correct treatment was to take a 556 diamond bur in a turbine handpiece and prepare the tooth for a gold crown.

Author notes: Trevor Burke

 

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