Dental Crowns / Bridge
Tooth Crowns are an affordable and easy way to complete your smile. They are used to restore and protect a damaged tooth by completely surrounding it. Crowns can help to improve your overall oral health and enhance your full smile.
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Dental Crowns and Bridges
Dental Crowns are a long lasting and effective way of covering and strengthening a heavily filled or fractured tooth. They are essentially porcelain caps that go over the tooth and protect it from further damage while at the same time, serving to improve its appearance.
Both crowns and most bridges are fixed prosthetic devices that once placed by a dentist, remain in your mouth. Unlike removable devices such as dentures, which you can take out and clean daily, crowns and bridges are cemented onto existing teeth or implants and can only be removed by a dentist.
Do I need a dental crown?
You may be the perfect candidate for a dental crown if you’re experiencing any of the following concerns:
- Severe tooth decay
- A tooth suffering from injury or trauma (i.e. it is cracked, broken, or chipped)
- A filling so large it has affected the strength and existing structure of the tooth
- A discoloured tooth
- A tooth that has undergone root canal therapy
- A missing tooth (or teeth), as crowns can be used in conjunction with dental implants
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Dental Crowns / Bridge Q&A
A dental crown is a prosthesis that acts like a cap to cover a damaged tooth and increase its lifespan. They are usually recommended if you have large fillings or tooth decay that is irreparable with composite fillings. They can be a great option instead of cheap filling repairs that aren’t up to the task.
Dental crowns are made by dental technicians in a laboratory using a wide range of materials such as gold, metal, porcelain, and resin.
Dental conditions where a crown may be a viable option include a cracked or weak tooth, post-root canal treatment, over a dental implant, as a part of a dental bridge unit, or to restore chipped teeth.
Tooth crowns, if cared for properly, can last decades. However, there is still the possibility they can wear down over time. There are various factors that can impact the length of time your dental crown will last, including whether it is porcelain or gold, and the location of the tooth crown.
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