A dental crown is a prosthesis that serves to restore the surface of a tooth.
In modern dentistry, the problem of losing the shape of a tooth is solved by the application of dental crowns. A tooth can be deformed as a result of an injury or illness, in any case, you can restore it with the most modern dental crowns in the shortest possible time.
Suitability for application of crowns.
The most common indications for the application of crowns on a tooth are:
- A damaged tooth shape due to mechanical injury;
- Discoloration of the tooth (darkening);
- The need to fix a removable prosthesis or bridge;
- The need to protect the root filling;
- The need to protect a tooth weakened by a large filling;
- The need to improve the aesthetic appearance of teeth.
Dental crowns are also used in dental implants, in this case they are placed on a specially made root (implant).
Modern experts make crowns that are almost impossible to distinguish from a natural tooth: with high-quality production, the prosthesis completely repeats the contours and shapes of its natural counterpart.
The application of dental crowns
This type of prosthetics always involves grinding the teeth. The thickness of the grinding surface of the tooth primarily depends on the type of prosthesis. During this procedure, if necessary, the doctor will apply local anesthesia. After the grinding of teeth, dental records of both jaws are taken. Dental records are sent to the laboratory, where a crown is made.
At the request of the patient, a temporary crown can be applied at the time of fabrication. As a rule, the entire application process takes place in 2-3 visits to dentistry.
To determine which type of crown is best suited in your individual case, the head physician will help during a free appointment and consultation.
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