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What are dental crowns?

Dental crowns can be porcelain bonded to metal, all-ceramic materials or porcelain bonded to zirconium. They are constructed to mimic the natural tooth and the colour will be matched to the natural colour of your adjacent teeth.

Sometimes crowns can also be constructed to help support a partial denture, giving extra stability to the denture.

A crown will strengthen a broken tooth and restore it to normal function. With the correct care and maintaining a good standard of oral hygiene, a crown can last up to 15 years before it needs replacing.

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The process of preparing crown

The placing of a crown is a routine procedure that can be achieved in one to two sessions: depending on the clinical situation, additional stages might need to take place before treatment can begin (For example root canal treatment or gum therapy).

Good dental crowns require excellent communication and teamwork between the dentist and the technician.

Once the crown has been prepared, we place it on your tooth using a strong adhesive so it remains securely in place; prior to this we make any final adjustments to ensure the crown is
comfortable and correctly positioned.

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