U.S. FDA Medical Device Preformed Crown Requirements
FDA Medical Device Definition: A preformed crown is a prefabricated device made of plastic or austenitic alloys or alloys containing 75 percent or greater gold and metals of the platinum group intended to be affixed temporarily to a tooth after removal of, or breakage of, the natural crown (that portion of the tooth that normally protrudes above the gums). It is intended for use as a functional restoration until a permanent crown is constructed. The device also may be intended for use as a functional restoration for a badly decayed deciduous (baby) tooth until the adult tooth erupts.
FDA Preformed Crown Label Requirements and Exceptions
FDA Preformed Crown Import Information
FDA Preformed Crown Detentions (Preformed Crown Entry Refusals)
General U.S. Food and Drug Administration Medical Device Guidelines for:
- Preformed Crown Manufacturers (Preformed Crown Suppliers)
- Preformed Crown Distributors
- Preformed Crown Processors
- Preformed Crown Repackers
- Preformed Crown Relabelers
- Preformed Crown Exporters
- Preformed Crown Importers
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U.S. FDA Regulations:
U.S. FDA 510(k) Regulation: 21 C.F.R. section 814.9.
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