A dental crown is a cap that covers over the damaged, decayed teeth. It can be used as a part of a bridge to replace a tooth.
Pressed ceramic is having a hard inner core, these replace the metal in the porcelain fused to metal type of crowns. The pressed ceramic is covered with porcelain to provide a natural color match.
Porcelain fused to metal is porcelain provides the natural tooth color and metal underlying provides structural strength. All resin is less expensive choice of material but susceptible to wear down.Learn More
If you have a damaged or decayed tooth, and the problem cannot be solved by inlays or onlays, that is the tooth is missing a significant amount of structure above the gum line, you can be a good candidate for crown restoration. With crowns, you can protect your weak tooth, restore the weak or broken tooth, and cover the tooth that has been treated with a root canal or dental implant. Crowns can also enable you to cover misshapen or severely discolored teeth.Book your consultation
The outcomes of crowns can be analyzed in three main categories: aesthetical, health-related, and psychological.
Having worn down, damaged or decayed teeth looks unattractive. Dental crowns solve this problem by covering the teeth in a natural healthy teeth shape.
Severely worn out teeth, or decayed teeth can cause you pain, and they are prone to decay. With covering the cavity, teeth are protected from environmental conditions and become healthy again. They also regain their function by correcting the bite.
When the teeth look unhealthy, it may bother you and prevent you from behaving normally, such as laughing and yawning may become something you hesitate to do in front of others in order to prevent them showing. With dental crown treatment you will gain your confidence and act naturally without fearing.
During the first week of the dental crown recovery process, you can expect to experience some discomfort as your mouth adjusts to the presence of the dental crown. Your teeth and gums may be sore for the first few days after getting a dental crown. This is normal and should go away on its own within a few days. You may find it difficult to eat at first because of the soreness and the presence of the dental crown. Stick to soft foods and cut your food into small pieces to make it easier to chew. You may also find it difficult to speak at first because of the dental crown. This should improve over time as you get used to the crown. It's important to maintain good oral hygiene while wearing a dental crown. Brush your teeth at least twice a day and use floss threaders or a water flosser to clean between your teeth and around the crown.
After the early stages of the dental crown recovery process, you can expect the dental crown to become more stable and comfortable as your mouth adjusts to it. You might experience decreased soreness; as your mouth adjusts to the dental crown, you should experience less soreness and discomfort. Improved eating and speaking; as your mouth becomes more accustomed to the dental crown, you should find it easier to eat and speak. As the dental crown becomes more stable, it should look more natural and blend in with your other teeth. It's also important to maintain good oral hygiene to ensure the long-term success of your dental crown.
After meeting with your dentist at their office during your consultation you express your expectations and the dentist checks the condition of your teeth. They will inform you about their professional opinion while taking your expectations and the condition of your teeth into consideration. Then, photos of your teeth will be taken for a 3D simulation. The size, model and color can be decided by you, and you can even choose the color from the tooth color chart. After deciding, on the first operation day teeth will be scraped and if there is a need for an extraction it will also take place on the first day. Temporary veneers will be put on and your dentist will prescribe you with painkillers and antibiotics. You will stay at the hotel for about 4-5 days. During your stay you will be visited by a wellbeing specialist, and if you’re having any problems your dentist will be contacted. After these 4-5 days, your permanent veneer will be applied and it will be all done.
If you are preparing to receive dental crown treatment, there are a few things you can do to ensure the best possible outcome.