You will need crowns when:
- there is a danger of breaking the part of the tooth, or there are some bigger fillings
- due to a high caries lesion or a breakage, a big part of the tooth is lost
- you are not satisfied with the position and look of your teeth
- as the result of aging, teeth are broken away naturally
- the tooth is reinforced with fiberglass pin and extracted from its nerves – devitalized
According to the materials and case from which the crowns are created, the dental technician prepares one rehearsal or more if needed and determines a color of it, consulting first with the doctor and the patient.
AVAILABLE TYPE OF CROWNS
Ceramic Metal Crowns
Most commonly and classically used crown is the metal-ceramic one, thanks to its acceptable aesthetics and excellent mechanical properties. Alloy layer is the base of the crown, and that is where the ceramic is placed. But there are a few disadvantages of these crowns. For example, an allergy to alloys is first and the second can be noticed during the gums’ withdrawal when you can see the metal edge.
Ceramic Metal – Free Crowns
In order to achieve minimally invasive technique or high tooth aesthetics in its shape, it is used in the frontal region. Because of the strong chewing forces, it is not suitable for lateral areas, since there is no base that gives strength and firmness.
Titanium – Ceramic Crowns
Titanium has been used for many years in both dental implant technology and joint medical replacement. The specialists can give you the aesthetics of a high-quality material with porcelain fused to titanium bridges and crowns. Without needing to remove the fixed prosthesis, titanium will allow you to see the chamber of a pulp under the restoration that is cemented.
Titanium will prevent irritation to the pulp because of its low thermal conductivity. The rigidity and strength of this material are comparable to other high noble alloys that are used commonly in stomatology.
Zirconium Oxide Crowns
Zirconium is the most significant discovery and relatively new material in dental medicine. It is an unfavorable base for plaque build-up which slows down gingival recession and improves oral hygiene care. Zirconium is a weak electricity and heat conductor that minimizes teeth oversensitivity, doesn’t respond to surrounding tissues, and it’s biocompatible.
It doesn’t have a metal base, and without getting fractured, it can bear lateral region’s chewing forces.
A dental bridge is a type of crown that the specialists use to replace one lost tooth or more. It consists of two or more crowns for the teeth on gap’s each side. A three tooth implant one is the most common and simplest of them. If you don’t fill the spaces between the teeth, there is a big chance that will others begins to move which can cause paradentosis and you can lose proper bite.
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