Cementation of fiber post, core buildup, and ceramic crown with the same material: Allcem Core

Author: Dr. Frederico Vasconcellos.

Patient: male, 60 years old.

MAIN COMPLAINT

Patient would like to finalize the restorative treatment after undergoing endodontic treatment on tooth 46.

Fig. 1 – Aspecto inicial
Fig. 1 – Initial appearance

 

INITIAL ASSESSMENT

After the anamnesis and radiographic evaluation of the endodontic treatment of tooth 46, it was found to be satisfactory for the restorative treatment.

Fig. 2 – Raio-x inicial
Fig. 2 – Initial X-ray

 

 

TREATMENT PERFORMED

After achieving absolute isolation and removal of the temporary restoration, the obturated canals were evaluated. The distal canal was cleared using size 2 Gates-Glidden burs, followed by the use of a Whitepost kit size 1 bur. The next step involved a trial fit of the Whitepost DC size 1 post to assess its adaptation within the root canal. Subsequently, an adhesive system (Ambar Universal APS – FGM) was applied, and after polymerization of the adhesive, the Whitepost size 1 post was cemented using the resin cement Allcem Core, while simultaneously filling the pulp chamber with the same material. The cement was light-cured for the duration recommended by the manufacturer.

Fig. 3 – Desobstrução do conduto distal
Fig. 3 – Distal canal clearance

 

Fig. 4 – Prova do pino Whitepost número 1
Fig. 4 – Trial of Whitepost size 1 pin

 

Fig. 5 – Aplicação do sistema adesivo Ambar Universal APS
Fig. 5 – Application of Ambar Universal APS adhesive system

 

 

Fig. 6 – Cimentação do pino Whitepost com cimento resinoso Allcem Core
Fig. 6 – Cementation of Whitepost pin with Allcem Core resin cement

 

Next, a new increment with the same Allcem Core resin cement was applied, followed by photoactivation for the recommended time by the manufacturer. After 10 minutes, preparation for a full crown was performed and absolute isolation was removed. Subsequently, final impression was taken using the double-cord retraction technique, and the impression was sent to the laboratory for the fabrication of a monolithic lithium disilicate full crown. After receiving the laboratory work and making all necessary adjustments, a new absolute isolation was applied for the final cementation of the full crown. An adhesive system (Ambar Universal APS – FGM) was applied to the remaining tooth structure.

Fig. 7 – Reconstrução da porção coronária com cimento resinoso Allcem Core
Fig. 7 – Reconstruction of the coronal portion with Allcem Core resin cement

 

Fig. 8 – Preparo para coroa total
Fig. 8 – Preparation for full crown

 

Fig. 9 – Preparo finalizado sem isolamento pronto para moldagem.
Fig. 9 – Completed preparation without isolation ready for impression

 

Fig. 10 – Isolamento absoluto para cimentação da coroa total em dissilicato de lítio
Fig. 10 – Absolute isolation for cementation of the lithium disilicate full crown.

 

Fig. 11 – Aplicação do Sistema Adesivo sobre o remanescente dentário
Fig. 11 – Application of the adhesive system on the remaining tooth structure

 

For the crown, 10% hydrofluoric acid (Condac Porcelana – FGM) was applied for 20 seconds, followed by rinsing with air and water for 60 seconds, and then silane application (Prosil – FGM) for 60 seconds. The same resin cement used for the Whitepost pin cementation, Allcem Core, was used for crown cementation.

Fig. 12 – Inserção do cimento resinoso Allcem Core na coroa total
Fig. 12 – Insertion of Allcem Core resin cement into the full crown

 

Fig. 13 – Cimentação da coroa total
Fig. 13 – Cementation of the full crown

 

After cleaning the excess cement, photoactivation was performed for the recommended time by the manufacturer. Subsequently, the rubber dam was removed, and the treatment was completed.

Fig. 14 – Aspecto final
Fig. 14 – Final outcome
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