How to achieve correct occlusal distance when placing the One Visit Crown

Posted by Dr. Simon McDonald on 8 January 2020 3:12:40 PM

In this post, we will explain how to achieve correct occlusal distance with the One Visit Crown (OVC)

Tooth preparation - how much clearance to leave

When preparing the tooth for the placement of the One Visit Crown, at least 1mm of clearance needs to be allowed in the central fossa and 1.5mm at the cusps and marginal ridges for the OVC to be seated.

Read More

Tags: Occlusion, Clinical Tips

Examples of prepped teeth for the OVC

Posted by Dr. Simon McDonald on 11 April 2019 10:10:36 AM

Many dentists have questions about how much to prep the tooth prior to placing the OVC One Visit Crown. If you haven't already, make sure you read this blog post on how to achieve correct occlusal distance when placing the One Visit Crown. One of the benefits of the OVC is that is doesn't need an invasive circumferential prep so is more conservative for the tooth.

Read More

Tags: Clinical Case Study, Occlusion

A cost-effective way to increase the occlusal table

Posted by Dr Terry Wong on 15 February 2018 10:28:00 AM

Dr Terry Wong prepped and placed 8 One Visit Crowns (OVC) in just one appointment.

This interesting case submitted by Australian dentist Dr Wong of Smiles To Go included a full smile makeover and 3D printed impression model.

Dr Wong used 3D scanners and 3D printed a full-sized model of his patient’s mouth.

Read More

Tags: Clinical Case Study, Occlusion, Clinical Tips