Flashcards in Operative II-E1:Gold Onlays Deck (45):
Tx Plan-Advantage for Gold: Less tooth ______ than a crown, Protects the _____ of the tooth, and the WEAR rate is similar to ______
Tx Plan-DISAdvantage for Gold: Relies on sound tooth structure for _______
Tx Plan-Advantage for Gold: IT SHOULD NOT OPPOSE WHAT MATERIAL? (beeee specific)
Gold Options: Which option has the least amount of tooth removed?
Gold Options: What type of prep is THE MOST PROTECTIVE OF ALL RESTORATIONS?
Gold Options: Which prep has less tooth removed than a crown AND protects cusps?
Gold options: Which prep relies on sound tooth structure for retention?
Gold Option: Which prep relies on tooth strength to retain and DOES NOT protect cusps?
Gold Option: Which prep removes the most tooth structure and should not oppose feldspathic ceramic?
Whats the difference? What prep is an intra-coronal restoration?
Whats the difference? What prep is an extra-coronal restoration?
Whats the difference? What prep is used when cusps are missing and the tooth needs PROTECTION?
Whats the difference? What prep is used only when significant tooth structure remains?
Whats the difference? What prep does NOT procect the tooth?
Gold ______ Restoration: One or more of the cusps of a tooth and is designed to strengthen a tooth that has been weakened by caries or previous fillings.
An ONLAY Covers the _______ surface of at least all portions of the tooth involved in occlusal function
An ______ prep Includes all areas of caries, fracture, and defects
5 indications for Gold Onlays: 1) _____ tooth with incomplete tooth _______ that are limited to the coronal tooth structure
5 indications for Gold Onlays: 2) Large restorations where the _______ is wide and/or deep
5 indications for Gold Onlays: 3) Areas where the cusps are too ______
5 indications for Gold Onlays: 4) Large restorations that are ________ and involve cusps
5 indications for Gold Onlays: 5) Patients with _________ type occlusion
5 CONTRAindications for Gold Onlays: 1)Patients that have what occlusial pathology?
5 CONTRAindications for Gold Onlays: 2) Areas in the _______ zone
5 CONTRAindications for Gold Onlays: 3) Teeth that oppose _______ restorations
5 CONTRAindications for Gold Onlays: 4) Which group of teeth?
2nd molars (high occ loading
5 CONTRAindications for Gold Onlays: 5) _________ treated teeth, they are brittle
An Onlay is a _________ partial crown
Onlay: Less chance of _______ pathology since less tooth is removed
______-gingival margins of onlays promote gingival health
Onlay preps need to allow for _______ to evaluate fit before cementing
All internal line angles should be _______ and the margins should be ________
Guess what??! Gold can be _______ than ceramic, so its more CONSERVATIVE!
How much clearance, Clarance do we need on the NON-functional cusp?
greater than or equal to 1.0mm
How much clearance, Clarance do we need on the Fxn cusp?
greater than or equal to 1.5mm
Gold is dimensionally stringer than ______ or _______
ceramic or amalgam
COOL for an onlay, our margin profile may be thinner, like the angle of departure can be
less than 90 degrees
Also for an onlay the isthmus can be ______ compared to ceramic or amalgam.
When the functional cusp or tooth is weak or the isthmus is deep, we'll ______ or cover the functional cusp. It should be ____mm deep
Gold is ______ against the margins during delivery for better adaptation.
Gold is ________ to the tooth, therefore it is retained by _______
Gold preps require ___ degrees of taper
How big is the marginal gap for cement?
If we want to increase retention for an only prep, adding slots/troughs should be _______