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Crown

A former coin in the United Kingdom equal in value to five shillings, or 1/4 of one British pound. The last crown was minted in 1965. Following decimalization in 1971, a 25-pence coin was minted to replace the crown. Informally, crowns were called dollars, recalling the time when one pound was worth four U.S. dollars.
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4,26,27) (Figure 3 a) Now, poor crown-to-root ratio can result from improper dental treatment as well as from traumatic or pathologic changes that either increase the length of the clinical crown or decrease the length of the clinical root.
Periodontal and Dental Considerations in Clinical Crown Extension: A Rational Basis for Treatment.
However these procedures are more cumbersome than surgical crown lengthening because of the necessity of a surgical and retention phase of clinical crown lengthening after orthodontic forced eruption, need for several session of fibrotomy to prevent the periodontal tissue from being pulled coronally together with the orthodontically moving root and relapse tendency.
Preoperative treatment planning included an accurate diagnostic wax-up, evaluation of clinical crown lengths, and a visualization of the desired result.
In today's era of evidence - Reattachment procedures have proven to be a boon for patients with clinical crown fracture due to dentofacial trauma.
In the present case report maxillary denture was reinforced with metal denture base and the abutments were of adequate clinical crown height to receive attachment; multiple abutments were splinted anterior to edentulous span to aid in better distribution of stresses.
Biometric analysis of the clinical crown and the width/length ratio in the maxillary anterior region.
In this case report abutments were of adequate clinical crown height to receive attachment; multiple abutments were splinted anterior to edentulous span to aid in better distribution of stresses.
Clinical examination revealed that tooth had short clinical crown with deep bite, radiographic examination of the obturation was found to be intact (Fig 2) and tooth was asymptomatic.

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