Dental Crown

Dental Crown

Cover up and protect a damaged tooth. Often the final step of an implant and root canal treatment.

About The Service

Dental crowns are caps that are affixed to broken teeth. When fillings are ineffective, crowns are utilized to preserve, cover, and restore the contour of your teeth. Metals, porcelain, resin, and ceramics can all be used to create dental crowns. Over time, they normally only need frequent, decent dental hygiene and no extra maintenance. ‍

What are dental crowns?

Your teeth may suffer damage over time. There are several potential causes for this, including dental decay, trauma, or simple wear and tear. Teeth can change in size or form. Dental crowns are "caps" that fit over your teeth and have the form of teeth. Imagine it as a snug-fitting cap for your teeth. The crown gives the tooth back its original size, shape, strength, and look. The dental crown, which covers the visible part of the tooth, is bonded to your teeth.

Why would I need a dental crown?

You may need a dental crown for several reasons, including:

  • Protecting a weak tooth (possibly from decay) from breaking or to keep the weak tooth together if parts of it are cracked.
  • Restoring broken, worn down, or misshapen teeth.
  • Covering and supporting a tooth with a large filling and not much tooth remaining.
  • Covering a dental implant
  • Covering a tooth that’s been treated with a root canal.

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