As the name suggests, a crown is a cap or blanket for a tooth. It is used when your tooth is discolored, cracked or broken, heavily filled or if the fillings have been lost.
There are many types of dental crowns available from your national dental dentist. Your dentist will advise the best option depending on the location of the crown. They can recommend a crown made of ceramic, resin or sometimes even gold.
Our dentists use their expertise and modern technology to match the new crown to the shape of your existing teeth and their color.
Many of our dental quality dentists offer same-day crowns using CAD / CAM technology to design, produce and insert ceramic restorations all in one appointment.
When would you need a crown?
- Cover discolored or worn teeth
- Replacing a large fill
- To prevent a tooth from cracking or fracturing
- To anchor a bridge replacing a missing tooth
- After treatment of the root canals
Our Dental Crown Procedure
Treatment of the dental crown was organized according to the following steps according to the results of the consultation:
- Preparation of Teeth
- Take the impression
- Insertion of the Temporary Crown
- Construction of the Crown
- Inserting the last crown
- On your first visit, the dentist will prepare the teeth to provide an easy fit for the crowns
- An imprint of your teeth is taken which is used to build the crown.
- A temporary crown was then mounted on the teeth.
- On your next visit, the dentist removes the temporary crown and adjusts the permanent crown to the teeth.
A dental bridge is a ceramic structure, covering the space left by the missing or extracted tooth. A ceramic tooth used between two or more porcelain crowns on either side of the missing tooth that help as anchors.
The anchor teeth formed to accommodate the crowns and then a bridge bound firmly to these teeth.
Your quality dental dentist will take the impression or digital scan of your mouth and then use the technology and training will design a ceramic tooth to insert between the two existing crowned teeth.
The ceramic tooth and crowns on each side correspond to the color and shape of your existing teeth.