Thanks for a nice new crown on what had been a fragile tooth. It turns out it had a crack in it, so I'm extra glad we did the procedure. I'm also happy my dentist is a perfectionist in building a crown. The first one didn't fit the space exactly right, so you made another. Good thing you can generate them digitally and fabricate them in half an hour. If I recall, the process would have taken weeks the old way.
One humble suggestion: tell the patient what you are doing each step of the way. How deep you are into the tooth, what comes next and why. Part of me is being ampiutated as you work, and I feel my mortality the whole time. I'd also suggest giving the anesthesia sooner so it has more time to take effect.