Regain and enhance your
smile with dental crowns

In dental terms, the natural clinical crown of a tooth is that portion which is covered with tooth enamel and projects through the gums into the mouth (i.e. the part you can see, as compared to the root).

If a tooth has been extensively decayed, chipped or cracked, and cannot be restored to its proper shape, function and appearance another way, the dentist may recommend placement of a prosthetic crown, (the termprosthetic is generally implied and not stated).

Crowns are most often made in a laboratory by a skilled dental technician, and the process is very detailed. Use of computerized milling devices to make ceramic crowns is becoming more common, but they may not be appropriate in all applications.

The tooth is first prepared for a crown by removing any decay, and filling in any voids. It is then reduced in shape to a tapered stump, which the new crown will slip down over.

Crowns for primary (baby) teeth differ significantly from crowns for permanent teeth, from the shape of the prepared tooth stump, to the way the crowns are made (and the materials they’re made of)

Dental crowns and bridges

Your smile will change


A crown is meant to:

How long does a dental crown serve?

If you take care of your oral hygiene, crowns can last forever. A crown may come loose or fall out if the underlying tooth is damaged by gum disease or tooth decay. While a crowned tooth does not require any special care, it is important to keep your gums and teeth healthy by brushing with fluoride toothpaste for two minutes twice a day and flossing daily.

Its a must though, to visit your dentist regularly, twice a year. During which you should perform cleaning to maintain your optimum oral health.


Dental bridges prevent the negative changes
in the form and shape of your facial bones

Dental bridges are removable dentures, supported by your teeth or implants you may have. They close the gaps of the missing teeth.

They consist of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap; the 2 teeth are called abutment ones. Usually, a false tooth or more teeth are placed in between. These false teeth are called pontics and can be made of different materials.

Bridges play a very important role for your oral and health in general. They restore your smile, keep the remaining teeth in their places, maintain your facial structure, ability to communicate.

What is the life duration of a dental bridge?

On average, dental bridges last up tp 7 years. With proper care and oral hygiene, they can last over a decade.

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