Dental Crowns

Dental Crowns

Damaged teeth should be treated as soon as possible to prevent problems from increasing. One of the best options is to fit a dental crown like a cap on a cracked, broken or worn tooth.

Teeth restored with dental crowns look no different than natural teeth. Dental crown placement allows avoidance of serious oral and maxillofacial problems in the future.

Dental crowns are being fitted on fractured, cracked, worn-out, discolored and misaligned teeth to prevent adverse effects on the other weak teeth.  

Dental crown is tooth-sized, -colored and -shaped artificial coating, covering the damaged tooth, reinforcing and protecting it from breakage and other injuries.

Dental crown fully covers the tooth up/down to the gingival margin. Ceramic dental crowns are resistant to occlusal loads, they do not chip, do not break and guarantee good esthetic results.

During the prosthetic treatment, damaged tooth is being preserved and prepared for dental crown placement. After this procedure, dental impressions are taken, and later used by dental technician to produce individually designed dental crown. In some cases prosthodontist can fit a temporary crown. Temporary crown serves until the permanent prosthesis is made. Characteristics of the later are very similar to those of the natural teeth.

A temporary crown should be worn with additional care. However, long-lasting permanent dental crowns’ maintenance does not differ from regular oral hygiene.

Therefore, dental crowns:

  • Protect teeth, which have a small part of filling left
  • Protect teeth after endodontic treatment
  • Restore damaged teeth
  • Guarantee a beautiful smile
  • Are suitable for a firm attachment of braces and various prostheses

Dental crown’s price mainly depends on what kind of material is selected. Register for a consultation and our dental professionals will offer the best solution for you.

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