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A dental crown is a cover or “cap” your dentist can place over a tooth.The crown restores the tooth to its normal size, shape, strength, and improve its appearance. Cap can be made from a variety of materials, including porcelain or metal.

The crowns, when cemented into place, fully enclose. Thetotal visible portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line.

A crown may be required when a large cavity threatens the health of a tooth. 

Crowns can be made from several materials, which are generally fabricated using indirect methods. Crowns are used to enhance the strength or appearance of teeth and to halt deterioration. While beneficial to dental health, the procedure and materials can be expensive.


  • weakened or cracked tooth
  • A toothache
  • Bad taste in the mouth
  • Bad breath
  • Discoloration on the teeth surface

  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Infection of the gum or 
  • Chipped crown
  • Gum disease
  • Allergic reactions

  • Crown can also use to close spaces between teeth.
  • Strengthening teeth.
  • Enhancing appearance.
  • Covering a dental implant.
  • Get natural shape and size.

Dental caps are used to treat teeth that have lost a significant part of its structure, which can happen asa result of tooth decay of the failure of a large filling. In some cases, dental crown can also be used on teeth that have been worn down to the extent of vulnerability.

PFM (Porcelain fused metal) and metal free Zirconia crown are available nowadays. For the pinnacle.

Different types of materials can be used in crowns, including:

  • metal
  • ceramic
  • porcelain
  • zirconia
  • composite resin
  • a combination of materials
  • Stainless steel
  • For example, you could have a porcelain crown that is fused to metal, as opposed to an all porcelain crown.

When selecting the material for your crown, your dentist will consider factors such as:

  • your tooth’s location
  • position of your gum tissue
  • how much of the tooth will show when you smile
  • position of your gum tissue
  • function of the tooth that needs the crown
  • how much natural tooth is remaining
  • Color of the surrounding teeth.

Hall technique :  This is a noninvasive treatment for decayed posterior primary teeth where caries are sealed under implement stainless steel crown. This technique requires no tooth preparation.

Temporary crown : There are some materials that can be used to build temporary crowns. Direct temporary crowns are either made using metal or plastic pre formed crowns, light-cured resins, chemically cured or resin composites. Indirect restorations are either made of heat-cured acrylic, chemically-cured acrylic or cast in metal.

Temporary crowns are easy to replace or remove therefore do not pose problems.

Crown removal : it may be essential to remove crown restorations to enable treatment of the tissue beneath,especially to enable for non-surgical endodontic treatment of a necrotic or previously treated pulp.

Onlay or 3/4 crown- This is a type of technique of dental crowns. The difference between these crowns and the crowns discussed previously is their coverage of the fundamentaltooth. 

  • Avoid sticky, chewy foods (for example,caramel, chewing gum), which have the potential of grabbing and pulling off the crown.
  • You will likely experience numbness for few days.
  • After the numbness has disappeared, you can design testing the bite of your crown.
  • Careful brushing. Brushing your teeth twice a day, using a toothpaste for sensitive teeth if your crown or the teeth aroun
  • Patient should have liquid or semi liquids first few days, gradually return to normal diet.
  • Oral hygiene instructions should be given.
  • Flossing daily can help keep all your teeth in tip-top shape.
  • Avoid hard foods and chewing ice or hard foods may cause your crown to crack, especially if you have a porcelain crown.

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Although the issues with crowns are rare, there are some possibilities that you might experience over time, including: <!--[endif]-->

  • Discomfort or sensitivity
  • Chipped crown
  • Loose crown
  • Crown falls off
  • Allergic reaction
  • Dark line on crowned tooth next to the gum line
  • Dental Sensitivity
  • Dental cement wash away

    In contrast to crowns that replace the natural tooth completely, Inlays and onlays are used for teeth that still have some healthy tooth structure and don’t require a full crown. An inlay fits inside the cusps of a tooth whereas an onlay is larger and covers one or more tooth cusps.

      Crown: It is a cap that looks like a tooth and is placed over an existing tooth. It is used to restore a tooth that has been fractured or damaged.

      Implant: A dental implant is a surgical implant that replaces a missing tooth and has a crown placed on top to look and functions like a normal tooth.

      Bridge: A bridge comprises false teeth that are firmly fixed between two crowns. The teeth on either side of the gap must first be prepared in order for the dental bridge to be placed easily. Once a bridge is in place, it operates just like real teeth.

      Veneer: A veneer is a very thin layer of porcelain or other materials that is bonded to the front of your existing or prosthetic tooth to enhance their function or your smile. Dental veneers are custom-made to match the colour of your teeth.

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        • Porcelain Onlay
        • Resin Crowns
        • Phasing Treatment
        • Veneers
        • Provisional Crowns
        • Tooth Extraction

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