Understand The Risks And Benefits Of Dental Crowns

The main requirement of a dental crown is to bridge the teeth in the right place, hide heavily discolored teeth, modify the teeth cosmetically, keep teeth with very large fillings when the required tooth is lost due to cavities, through breaking, and also for joining together parts of a tooth that is cracked, for restoring a tooth that is in very bad condition, and so many. 

There are many types of dental crowns in Wellesley such as stainless steel crowns, metal crowns that were once made up of different metal alloys, and many more, depending on the user's availability.

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Teeth Can Decay: 

Even if a dental crown is a man-made object that cannot decay, the teeth that are enclosed under the crown can rot. When such a thing occurs, tooth decay cannot be identified immediately and therefore it can only be identified and removed after significant damage.

Gum Disease or Periodontal Disease:

This condition is common when improper brushing of teeth causes plaque buildup around the crown.

Nerve Problems: 

Usually, 20-25% of crown teeth lose strength and vitality.

Advantages of the crown:

  • Caring for teeth badly damaged due to tooth decay.
  • Dental restoration, post corneal canal.
  • Hold the broken or bent tooth with the gum line.
  • Wear a mouthguard.
  • Installing a dental bridge.
  • Add length or width to the bent tooth.
  • Tooth discoloration correction.
  • Cover dental implants.

These dental treatments are performed by trained doctors in large facilities with extensive experience.