Dental crowns are a popular dental treatment used to address a variety of dental problems. Crowns are primarily used to strengthen weakened or damaged teeth.
Dental crowns are caps that are placed over damaged or decayed teeth to restore their function and prevent further damage. Crowns are designed to look and function like natural teeth and can be made of materials such as porcelain, ceramic, or metal. They are cemented onto the tooth after the damaged or decayed part has been removed, and they can be used to address a wide range of dental issues, such as large cavities, cracks, and fractures.
Dental crowns can improve the appearance of a tooth, However, they are primarily used for functional reasons, such as to prevent further damage, restore the tooth’s strength, or provide support to a tooth that has undergone a root canal. In some cases, a crown may be used in combination with other dental treatments, such as dental implants or bridges, to restore the function and appearance of a missing or severely damaged tooth
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