Who should consider Dental Crowns?

  • People with a broken or severely worn down tooth
  • People who have undergone a root canal procedure
  • People whose tooth has been severely weakened by decay
  • People with a severely discolored or mishapen tooth

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Types of Dental Crowns

A variety of materials can be used to make dental crowns. name`, your ` dentist, at clinic` will explain which options are best suited for your treatment during your appointment. Here we have listed some of the options available for crowns in `.

  • Metal Crowns: Metal tooth crowns are the most durable and long lasting of all materials. The wear on opposing teeth is minimal and the need to remove tooth structure is less. The obvious drawback is the metallic hue. However, metal crowns are a good choice for back molars.
  • All-Ceramic/All-Porcelain Crowns: All-ceramic or all-porcelain crowns are the most natural in appearance and provide the best color match to your teeth. However, they are not as strong as other materials such as porcelain-fused to metal crowns.
  • Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal Crowns: Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns can also be matched to your tooth color, and are the next best material providing natural looking results. The metal adds a durability factor, making them a good choice for front and back teeth.
  • All-Resin Crowns: All-resin crowns are the least expensive of all the materials. However, they wear down over time and are more susceptible to fractures.
  • Temporary Dental Crowns: Temporary crowns are made by name`, your ` dentist, in clinic` for you while you wait for your permanent dental crown to be completed in our laboratory.

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