Article: Volume 46 Number 9 Page 894 - October 2019

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Technique Tips:  The Modified Transparent Crown: Different Applications for the Conventional Cellulose Acetate Anterior Crown Former

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Abstract: The cellulose acetate transparent crown former (also known as a strip crown) has been a popular choice for restoring traumatized and carious anterior teeth for over three decades.

Author notes: Claire O’Reilly, BDS(Hons), BSc(Hons), MFDS RCPS(Glasg), Academic Clinical Fellow in Paediatric Dentistry, Birmingham Dental Hospital (email: claire.o’ and Ajit Tanday, BDS, MJDF RCSEng, Cert Sedation UCL, MPaed Dent RCSEng, Clinical Lecturer/Honorary Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry, School of Dentistry, University of Birmingham, Mill Pool Way, Birmingham, B5 7SA, UK.


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