#19 FGC LJ

Rating: 6

Notes for Improvement:
Occlusal Reduction needs to be showing four planes only when viewed in either buccal/lingual;
There should be no upright axial wall since more likely it will create an undercut to that area (there is a video posted down below to check for any undercuts);
The margins needs to lower down
Width of the margins should be even around the prep.
When checking the angulation of the crown in the proximal view, it is better to have it placed in the typhodont and compare its angulation with the adjacent teeth.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwMfa8i0Y8RRdWJrTS1BZ3VrQ1E
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwMfa8i0Y8RRcGJtQlZ1ODdMR00

Relevant Tutorials:

Maintaining Right Convergence And Long Axis

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Margin Needs To Follow The Gingiva

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Maintaining a Thin Margin Interproximally

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Checking for Crown Undercuts

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