Dental crowns are caps that are placed to the top of damaged teeth. When fillings fail to correct the problem, crowns are utilized to preserve, cover, and restore the shape of your teeth. Ceramics, Porcelain, resin, and metals all can be used to make dental crowns.
- Protecting a weak (perhaps decayed) tooth from shattering or holding a weak tooth together if sections of it are fractured
- Restoring a broken tooth or badly worn down tooth
- Filling and supporting a tooth with a massive covering with little tooth remaining
- Maintaining a dental bridge in place
- Covering discoloured teeth
- Providing coverage for a dental implant
- Covering a tooth that has had a root canal treatment
- Crowns made of porcelain or ceramic provide the most natural appearance
- They are the most suitable alternative for front tooth restorations
- They are biocompatible, which means they do not contain any metals and are hence free of toxins
- Use fluoride toothpaste to brush your teeth twice a day
- Add oral care products in routine
- Avoid chewing hard meals, ice, or other hard items
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