#19 FGC KS

Rating: 6

Notes for Improvement:
I was trying to wait to get my voice back to record, but it’s taking too long and I didn’t want you to wait much longer. Excuse my voice!

Relevant Tutorials:

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  1. kshabadu

    Hi Dr,

    UCSF sent out a manual which says, the axial reduction has to be 0.7 to 1 mm, so the width of the margin created will be 0.7 to 1.0 mm right? I was getting confused with the dimensions of the width as the manual also says that the preparation margin design has to be 0.5mm. I don’t understand what preparation margin design means.

    1. alyssa Post author

      Margin should be 0.5mm. Because of the cervical constriction, that will allow the axial reduction to be 0.7-1mm. Don’t worry about the axial reduction amount, just worry about the margin width and the angulation of the walls.