Phelan Dental Seminars

Dental Excellence 22: Richwil Crown Remover

Dr Stephen Phelan February 5, 2019

This is the 22nd video in my Dental Excellence Video Series.

In this new video, I teach you about a specific product I use to remove provisionally cemented crowns. This can be needed for a variety of reasons including when phasing more complex cases. 

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  1. Louis Rene Dubois on February 6, 2019

    Hi Dr Phelan,
    Past student from your full rehab complex cases on the web
    I since then follow all your precepts and concepts on rehab complex case.
    My question following your video above is about this :
    ?? What temporary cement are you using when you cement temporarily final zirconia
    case or any other final case you want to cement temporarily ??

    Thank you so much on with you as positive input to my practice.

    Dr Louis-René Dubois,DMD Montreal University 1978 graduate.

    • Dr Stephen Phelan on February 7, 2019

      Thanks Louis-René I am very happy to hear about the positive impact my Occlusion Design online membership had on your practice. The temporary cement I use is Cling2 but Tempbond would work fine. If you are concerned about it being too retentive you can place a small amount of Vaseline to the preparation but I would make it a very small amount.

  2. donna brode on February 6, 2019

    I have used this for many years, the only time a had problems was in bridges that go around the arch, as in 21 to 23, I had to use the crown remover, plyer eventually got it off. But I do have fun using these ju jubes.

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