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Crowns fixed onto the anterior and posterior teeth.


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Fig. 107. An example of crowns fixed onto the posterior teeth. The premolar and molar teeth are worn down and require restoration using gold crowns. As the canine teeth are dense enough to withstand mastication, porcelain faced crowns are fixed onto the anterior teeth. Page 119, 'Principles and practice of crowning teeth : a practical, systematic and modern treatise upon the requirements and technique of artificial crown work, including some incidental reference to bridgework' by Hart John Goslee, 1903.


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