With a dental crown, the dentist recovers severely damaged teeth.
The crown is a protective shell that is virtually inverted over the treated tooth. Thus, the tooth gets its natural shape and function back.
There are different types and materials that make up a dental crown. For example, the metal-ceramic crown.
The inner core of this crown is made of metal, the outer shell is covered with tooth-colored ceramic. The metal in the inner core is used to provide stability to the crown, but is not visible in the mouth.
The ceramic is applied by the dental technician layer by layer and therefore achieves a very natural and aesthetic result. It is adapted to the tooth color of the neighboring teeth and offers optimal chewing function.