An Overview of the Crown Dentures

Written by bfcdental on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 4:49 AM

The advancements in dentistry have led to more stable teeth restorative techniques. The permanent solutions to counter adverse effects of tooth decay and the tooth loss are far more popular than the uncomfortable temporary restorations such as the Dentures.
Dentures or false teeth are used to reconstruct the missing or decaying teeth. The conventional dentures are removable. Crown is aprosthetic device that is used as a cap over the decayed teeth or cemented in place of missing teeth. It is permanently affixed and cannot be removed.
Crown rectifies the shape, alignment and appearance of the missing tooth. Crown dentures help the patient to reap advantages of having real teeth such as chewing and beautifying smile. Unlike mercury restoration methods, the materials used in crowns are not harmful. The ceramic or porcelain does not have any harmful effects on the health and well-being of the patient. Sometimes the porcelain is bonded to a metal shell that results in more attractive and strong tooth.
If taken proper care of, the Crown Dentures can last for a lifetime. A professional dental hospital provides patients the Dentures that have longevity and efficiency. The patients can visit the hospital for regular cleaning and check-ups to ensure that the Crowns are working properly.

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