Dental Crown

How Long Does A Dental Crown Last?

Dental Crowns serves between five and 15 years on average. The longevity of a Crown depends on the extend of wear and tear the Crown takes. It will also depend on how well you follow good oral hygiene practices.

Is It Painful To Put A Crown On Your Tooth?

Many patients who needs Crown, worry that it will hurt. Getting a Crown is not painful at all. It is a common & fairly straightforward procedure.

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What Is A Crown Tooth Repair?

Dental Crown is tooth shaped restoration which placed over a tooth to cover it. It is used to restore a damaged tooth to its original shape, colour and function.

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Are Crowns Better Than Fillings?

If a large portion of your tooth has decay, a better solution is usually the Crown. Because Fillings do not give the same kind of protection as Crowns do. Also, if the Filling is extremely large & involves complex areas, it can cause the tooth to break.

Why Are Crowns So Expensive?

Dental Crowns are very expensive. Because dentists have to use modern techniques and materials which are very expensive. The materials are so expensive, because it is used in human mouth and to restore the natural teeth.

Are Crowns Bad For Your Teeth?

If the margin of a Dental Crown isn’t sealed well, there is a possibility of failure. If the patient doesn’t/can’t keep it clean, there is a risk of getting a cavity under that Crown.

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What Happens If You Don’t Get A Crown?

Untreated tooth decay/cavity puts you at risk for tooth pain. Untreated cracked tooth, sensitivity to cold or hot can cause serious infection like Tooth Abscess. A Dental Crown saves your tooth from future fracture or serious infection.

What Is The Best Type Of Crown?

The best Crown for back tooth is Zirconia Crown which is fabricated with CAD CAM facility. For front tooth, best Crown is E-MAX Crown which is also CAD CAM fabricated. Another type of Crown is Porcelain Fused to Metal Crown (PFM).

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Are Crowns As Strong As Real Tooth?

Dental Crowns are used to strengthen natural tooth. They are strong enough to chew any type of food. Modern Dental Crowns are made of Zirconia. E-max (lihium di-silicate) of Porcelain fused to Metal. They are strong enough to withstand normal bite force during chewing.