The Benefits Of Crown Restorations And The Type Of Crowns Available Today

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Title: General Purpose: To inform. Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the benefits of crown restorations and the type of crowns available today. Thesis Statement: Dentist use specific diagnostic methods for determining if a tooth needs a crown; they know what situations were a crown would be beneficial for your dental health and will only diagnose if this treatment is needed. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: OH MY GOSH!! That woman just fell and broke her front teeth! She visits her dentist and is sobbing wondering “What am I going to do? My smile will never be the same.” Little does she know, but she has many different options to fix those fractured front teeth and get back her pearly whites once again. All she needs…show more content…
1. Main Point: First I will explain some of the clinical items used to diagnose a crown. 2. Main Point: Second, I will inform you of the procedure that one will go through when a crown is needed. 3. Main Point: Third, I will unveil what types of crowns are available to you and the benefits of each one. Transition to Body: Let begin with some of the clinical items used to diagnose a crown. II. Body A. (Main Point #1)There are a variety of situations that require a tooth to be restored with a dental crown, and there are a few ways Dentist’s determine if a crown is needed. 1.One of the most important tools a Dentists uses to diagnose any treatment is X-rays. “ The use of radiography enables the dentist to practice better dentistry. This obviously benefits the patient but also protects the dentist in the event of a dispute with the patient.” ( Wolf R. de Lyre/ Orlen N. Johnson, 1990, p.6) “Radiographs are visible evidence of prior conditions or the nature of work performed and furnish legal evidence of the patient’s dental condition or need for treatment.”( Wolf R. de Lyre/ Orlen N. Johnson, 1990, P.6) 2. ( Perfessional testimony) Mel L. Kantor DDS, MPH, PhD. has been practicing in the dental field for over 25 years “ I use digital x-rays everyday to diagnose treatment, it is a key factor in aiding for treatment planning and is instant form validation to patients when explaining needed
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