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Model with crowns in a dental articulator
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Fig. 24. To prevent displacement when removing a model from a dental articulator, a hard or adhesive wax is used as a type of cementation beforehand. In addition the facings and crowns from the buccal or labial surfaces of the model can be covered with a thin layer of plaster. Page 38, '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.