Dental Crown Removal Procedure with Isolite Pro
My name is Dr. Elaine Bylis. I work for Innovative Dental Design in Maryland. We are a comprehensive practice and we focus on cosmetic and implant dentistry. So my next patient today, I will be treating tooth number 18, has an existing PFM crown, and what I will be doing is removing the existing Pfm and preparing it for an all Zirconia crown. The reason why we're doing that is because there's decay on the lingual margin of tooth number 18. So I absolutely love having the Isolite for removing an old crown because there's no question of the airway being compromised when I remove the old crown. So when I go with the crown remover, I hear it crack and it falls back and the padding actually catches the crown so I don't have to worry about the patient aspirating the crown that I just removed.
The Isolite Pro
Providing unparalleled control of the oral environment for a multitude of procedures due to its capabilities of improved visibility, oral humidity control, and contamination minimization, the Isolite Pro also offers a brighter light, a more robust head design, and a suction hose that won't kink. It's everything you appreciate about Isolite, plus a whole lot more.
The Isolite Core
Quickly connecting to an available HVE line in the operatory, the Isolite Core is perfect for rounding out hygiene operatories with dual vacuum suction and easy-to-use oral control. Discover the ultra lightweight, easy-to-clean Control Head Assembly and take advantage of the many benefits that come with our award-winning mouthpieces.
All Isolite dental isolation systems utilize patented mouthpieces, which is the point where illumination, isolation and aspiration converge. Engineered from soft, flexible, latex-free polymer, your patients will benefit from a more comfortable experience than that of a rubber dam.