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What is a Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are tailor-made cups for one of your natural teeth that have become broken, decayed, or damaged. Dental crowns are a technology that has been around since the late 1880s, but it has developed over time to become stronger and more durable, natural-looking, and versatile. Depending on your damaged tooth location, you might consider metal dental crowns or more natural-looking all-porcelain crowns.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Any questions or doubts you might have, please feel free to schedule an exam with our General Practitioner.

What Materials Are Used in Dental Crowns?

The Different Types of Dental Crowns - Dental crowns are available in a range of materials, such as
Composite resin
A combination of materials

What Are the Most Common Dental Crown Problems?

A dental crown is a long term restoration that provides a solution for many dental problems such as tooth decay, broken teeth, sensitivity, infections, etc. Once you get the dental crown, you should take good care of it and have it checked regularly to avoid problems such as getting cavities underneath the crown, having your crown chipped or broken, or feeling strong discomfort in that area. If you have these issues or any allergic reaction, you should book an appointment with your dentist immediately.