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What exactly is a dental crown?

A dental crown acts as a cap over a broken tooth. Various materials, such as porcelain or metal, are used to create it. You might have a crown covering a molar, but until you yawn, you hardly ever see it. Alternatively, you might have custom-made crowns on your front teeth that were made to look just like your natural teeth. When selecting a crown for a patient, several things are considered, such as Cost, durability, strength, and cosmetics.

A dental crown with a natural appearance is also vital for many people since many people do not want others to know they have a dental crown. Dr. Ahmed can go over the different options you have with you to help you decide what will best meet your needs for your oral health. Creating a dental crown can be done using various materials, some of which are listed as follows: Zirconia, metal, composite resin, porcelain, ceramic, zirconia, zirconia, or a mix of materials.

Dr. Ahmed will evaluate the following considerations before choosing the material for your dental crown:
 

● The place of a tooth

● When you smile, how much of the impacted tooth will be visible?

● Position of the gums in your mouth; 

● functionality of the tooth that requires a dental crown;

● How much of the damaged tooth is still present?

● As well as the shade of the teeth nearby.

When do you need a crown?

You could need a dental crown if you have a significant cavity that can't be fully filled with a dental filling. A dental crown might also be necessary if your tooth is Extremely weakened, cracked, and worn down. Due to the tooth's increased fragility and need for further protection after a root canal, crowns are strongly advised.

What are the advantages of a crown?

Having a dental crown offers many advantages, including the following:

Maintaining the integrity of the broken or damaged teeth; replacing any large or worn-out fillings; repairing dental implants; preserving fractured or cracked teeth; enhancing the patient's smile; reshaping the patient's teeth; and safeguarding the affected tooth or teeth after a root canal procedure.

Contact us immediately if you need a dental crown or have any questions regarding them or the services we provide. We are happy to address any queries or worries you may have!