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restorations are similar to veneers, because they too are attached to individual teeth. Crowns completely cover the
tooth on all sides, helping to correct any problems that you might have with alignment. Crowns are used to repair teeth
that have undergone root canals, have severe erosion, or extreme malposition. The use of crowns is essential in any
situation that requires greater strength and aesthetics. Crowns are fabricated from ceramic or ceramic and metal, and
are indistinguishable from adjacent teeth.
crowns applied takes two or three appointments so that your teeth can be prepared and impressions can be made. The impressions
are used to fashion a porcelain or other suitable material crown that fits into the contour of the remaining teeth.
While your permanent crowns are being created in a laboratory, you will wear temporary crowns that maintain your appearance
and ability to function. Often crowns are added to existing teeth to create better connecting surfaces for attachment
of fixed bridges and partial dentures. As with all treatments, crown restorations require meticulous oral hygiene; proper
brushing and flossing techniques are effective in eliminating plaque and bacteria. Crowns or caps can last the longest
compared to other treatments depending on placement and forces placed on them.