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Dental Crown Treatment in Hyderabad

Redheal is the best health care provider in Hyderabad. We have a team of dedicated and highly qualified professionals to provide world class dental crown treatment to the patients with advanced equipment at affordable prices. We guarantee our patients a quick recovery and friendly support from beginning to end.

 

Dental Crown Treatment

Dental Crowns are caps that are placed on top of broken or decayed teeth. When fillings cannot fix the problem, crowns are used to protect, cover, and restore the shape of the teeth. Metals, porcelain, resin, and ceramics can all be used to make dental crowns.

 

When a crown is placed on a broken, weak, or decayed tooth, it helps in maintaining its size, strength, shape, and look. If you have a missing tooth, your dentist will place a dental implant over which your crown will be installed.

 

Your crown will be made of one or a combination of different materials. Although gold alloy and other metal alloy alternatives are durable and affordable, they will not appear like your other natural teeth. Crowns made of porcelain, acrylic, or ceramic are more likely to match your natural teeth. Among these, the most durable materials are acrylic and ceramic. Porcelain is more prone to chipping and breakage than metal, yet it is bonded to a metal shell and can boost its robustness while keeping a tooth-like appearance.

 

Need of a Dental Crown treatment

A dental crown treatment may be required for a variety of reasons, including:

  • To cover a dental implant
  • To cover root canal treated tooth
  • To cover a badly shaped or discolored tooth
  • To support a tooth that has a large filling
  • Attach a bridge to replace missing teeth
  • Protect a weak tooth from breaking
  • Restore a fractured tooth

 

Types of Dental Crowns

 

1. Stainless Steel Crowns

Dental crowns, tooth-shaped caps, can be made out of gold or porcelain, but most often they are made of stainless steel because it’s durable and affordable. Unlike porcelain crowns, steel crowns can be placed in one visit. However, they can have a less natural feel than porcelain or gold crowns.

“The primary reason for choosing stainless steel over other types of crowns is the durability of the material. With proper care, these crowns can last 20 years or more.”

 

2. Metal Crowns

Metal crowns are a form of dental repair that is used to cap an original tooth or to cover and support implants. They are made from metal alloys and can be gold, porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM), or titanium based. These restorations typically have a high aesthetic standard and are often used as a way to improve the appearance of the smile.

“Metal crowns are an effective treatment option for tooth decay. They are made of high-quality, long-lasting materials that will endure a lifetime.”

 

3. Porcelain Fused to metal Crowns

Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns are an excellent choice for individuals who have tooth damage that does not necessitate a complete onlay or crown. They can be used on front or back teeth and to restore or to close gaps left by other fillings, allowing for increased function and better aesthetics. But they do not work well where there is not enough tooth structure to hold the porcelain in place. Patients who have sought to protect their own broken teeth by filling them with silver amalgams would benefit from these crowns since they will not fall out.

 

4. All Resin Crowns

All-resin crowns are less costly and more durable than other choices, and they do not need the placement of a permanent tooth in the mouth.

Resin crowns are created with a CAD/CAM machine that first produces an impression. The information from the impression is then sent to a laboratory where the crown is created and polished before being fitted into the mouth.

 

5. All Ceramic or all Porcelain Crowns

Comparing both types of crowns, ceramic crowns are the popular option because they are less expensive than porcelain ones. Ceramic crowns can crack or break, whereas porcelain crowns do not. Also, ceramic crowns need to be replaced every 10 years or so, while porcelain crowns can last 20-30 years.

“There are advantages to both options that make it hard to choose. Taking doctor suggestions can help you choose the best one for you.”

 

6. Pressed Ceramic Crowns

Pressed ceramic crowns are the most popular option for patients seeking tooth-colored restorations but don’t want to resort to metal crowns. Pressed ceramic crowns are comfortable and natural-looking. These crowns can help protect chipped or cracked teeth while they heal.

 

Dental Crown Treatment or Procedure

The dental crown treatment depends on what you (or) your dental practitioner chooses from the dental crown treatments available.

 

Multi-day dental crown treatment:

First Visit:

  1. X-ray
  2. Trimming the tooth
  3. Impression of trimmed & the surrounding teeth for crown preparation
  4. Temporary crown placement
  5. Preparing the tooth

Second Visit:

  1. Permanent Crown Placement : Same-day dental crown treatment (or) One-day dental crown treatment:

 

You can avoid the temporary crown step with a same-day dental crown treatment.

  • The dentist takes digital pictures of your mouth
  • Creation of crown
  • Cementing the crown.

Note: Entire process takes about 2 to 4 hours.

 

Care after Dental Crown Treatment

Like natural teeth, crowns can break and the tooth under the crown can still get cavities. The underlying tooth, however, must still be preserved from decay or gum disease. As a result, continue to adopt healthy oral hygiene techniques such as:

  • Brushing your teeth twice a day
  • Flossing once a day
  • Avoid biting on hard surfaces with porcelain crowns

 

Benefits or Advantages of Dental Crown treatment

Dental crown treatment is an excellent procedure for a variety of dental issues. They can:

  • Support teeth that have been damaged by decay
  • Hinder any further decay
  • Protect a tooth after a root canal procedure
  • Hold a severely broken tooth together
  • Cover a dental implant
  • Improve the appearance of a tooth by changing its shape or color

 

How long do dental crowns last?

Crown longevity is determined by its type, placement, maintenance, and other oral habits. Dental crowns are a wonderful long-term alternative because they are durable and last an average of 5 years to lifetime, increasing patients ’ satisfaction with the treatment.

 

Gold crowns and porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns last the longest as compared to All-ceramic and all-porcelain crowns. The crowns made of monolithic zirconia were the least prone to breaks or cracks. All-resin crowns wear out faster.

 

Mouth-related habits can include things like:

  • Grinding or clenching your teeth
  • Chewing ice
  • Biting your fingernails
  • Using your teeth to open packaging

Crowns can last a lifetime, by practicing good oral hygiene:

  • Brush at least twice a day
  • Floss between your teeth at least once a day
  • Use Antimicrobial mouth rinses and Tongue scrapers
  • Regular cleanings by your dental professional

 

Traditional Vs Same-day Dental Crown treatments

Traditional Dental Crown: A technician in a dental lab fabricates a traditional dental crown. The crown is handmade and is typically a composite of several materials such as ceramic and metal.

 

The entire procedure requires at least two visits:

  1. Shape the tooth and take the mold
  2. Cement the crown after its delivery

 

Same-day Dental Crown: The same day dental crown treatment is similar to that of a traditional dental crown treatment. However, there is no longer a wait to receive the crown. The dentist shapes the tooth and uses a machine in the office to fabricate the same day crown. After taking impressions, a crown is usually ready in one to two hours.

 

Note: Traditional crowns are stronger, although the process takes longer and there is a need for impressions and temporary crowns. Same-day crowns are made quickly and can be provided the same day, but their durability is comparatively less.

 

What is the Dental crown cost in Hyderabad?

Dental crown cost in Hyderabad depends on many factors, such as type of crown, size, position, treatment method, etc... However, the cost of a crown in Hyderabad ranges from Rs. 5,000 – 20,000.

 

Benefits that Redheal provides for Advanced Dental Crown Treatment in Hyderabad

Following are the Dental crown treatment benefits through Redheal:

  • Simple booking procedure
  • Pickup and drop facility
  • Lowest Diagnostic and dental crown costs
  • Deals and discounts on fees for both new and old customers
  • Excellent customer support from start to finish
  • 24/7 care
  • Free follow up sessions
  • EMI choice
  • Insurance acceptance

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Frequently Asked questions (FAQs)

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  • 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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