Crowns

In tooth coating applications, crowns are preferred to turn the teeth into a natural and aesthetic appearance.

A dental crown, sometimes referred as a tooth cap, is a type of tooth replacement that completely covers a tooth or implant abutment, thus protecting the natural tooth.

Crowns are often needed when a major defect and thus the health of the tooth is at risk. It is also applied to fix gaps between teeth  (called dental bridges)

Crowns are used to restore the natural shape of your teeth, which are weakened by large fillings or root canal treatments, but also from the aesthetic aspect, dental crowns are being used more and more frequently. In the meantime, tooth crowns are used to restore a very natural and aesthetic smile.

What is your crown made from?

Crowns are made of different materials. There are, among others, metal-ceramic crowns, zirconium crowns or e-max crowns.

Your dentist wants  your crown to look natural and fit comfortably in your mouth. To decide which material to use for your crown, your dentist evaluate many factors, such as:

  • the tooth location and function
  • the position of the gum
  • the amount of tooth that seen when patient smile
  • the colour tone of the tooth
  • patient preference

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