WHAT IS A TOOTH CROWN
A dental crown is a prosthesis that restores the aesthetics and chewing function of the damaged tooth.
The prosthesis replaces the visible part of the tooth, which is no longer treatable by conventional treatments (significant caries, fracture, etc.). The crown can be placed directly on the tooth or an implant.
Zirconia is very aesthetic and resistant. Dental crowns made of zirconium offer an aesthetic and durable solution and are difficult to distinguish from natural teeth.
In contrast to metal-based fillings, zircon tooth crowns show no purple discoloration. The ceramic in the substructure allows the light to pass through, resulting in a natural and aesthetic appearance.
In patients with metal algae, zirconium crowns are one of the preferred alternatives and highly recommended.
Porcelain crowns are used for restoration of teething and bridges. The Porcelain gives good results due to its natural color and completely the same shape as your natural teeth.
The color tone can be varied as desired. Porcelain crowns and bridges can also be used without implants to restore individual teeth.
WHEN DOES A TOOTH CROWN COME TO WORK?
- If it is impossible to treat the damaged or broken tooth
- If you have broken teeth.
- Shape and (or) discoloration of the teeth.
- Tooth can not be restored due to tooth decay.
- To close the spaces between the teeth (Diastema).
- To improve the shape of “slate” teeth.
- To restore worn teeth.
- To harmonize the height differences and differences in size between the teeth.