Dental Crowns

A crown is a form of dental restoration used to restore teeth that are broken, decayed, or have very large fillings. Here's how it operates:

1. Impression is made of the tooth that requires restoration.

2. A crown is fabricated in a dental laboratory to precisely suit the tooth and match the adjacent teeth.

3. The tooth is then prepared, and the crown is firmly placed atop.

If you have discoloured fillings and want to enhance their appearance, a crown may be the best option for you. These can be replaced with crowns for a more attractive visage. In addition, if you have had root canal therapy, you will need a crown to protect or cap the restored tooth, allowing you to chew normally and bite down on it. Crowns are also used to securely anchor a bridge or denture in the mouth.

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