Why Dental Crown is Required?

Written by bfcdental on Friday, February 17, 2017 at 1:06 AM

A dental crown is a cap (tooth shaped), which is placed over a tooth to restore its shape and size. It also provides strength to the tooth, while improving its appearance. There are many situations that may require your tooth to be restored with a crown denture in Bangkok, some of the most common situations include:
Root canal: After performing root canal treatment, many dentists recommend applying dental crown in the treated area to guard the teeth from bacteria and support them in the process. Further, in many root canal treatments, it becomes essential to fit crowns over the treated teeth in order to avoid the high risk of facture.
Appearance of teeth: Dental crowns helps to change the undesirable appearance of teeth by making them look more natural and beautiful.
Large filling: In large filling procedure, when there is not a lot of tooth left, dental crows are required to cover and support the tooth.
Other reasons: Dental crowns may also be required to protect a weak tooth from breaking, to repair an already broken tooth, to clasp a dental bridge in place, to cover deformed or severely discolored teeth, to cover a dental implant, etc.

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