A dental crown is a covering that is placed over a damaged tooth. Crowns are used to protect, cover and restore the shape of your teeth when fillings don't solve the problem. Dental crowns can be made of metal, porcelain, resin, and ceramic. They usually do not require special care over time, other than regular good oral hygiene.
Over time, your teeth can become damaged. This can happen for many reasons such as: B. Tooth decay, injury or just from time to time. Your teeth may lose their shape or size. Dental crowns are tooth-shaped “caps” that can be attached to teeth. Think of it as a hat that fits your teeth. dental crown treatment restore the shape, size, strength and appearance of the teeth. Dental crowns are cemented in place of your teeth and cover the visible part of the tooth.
There are many types of crowns that can be used on your teeth. Onlay and 3/4 crowns are types of crowns that do not cover most of the underlying teeth like traditional crowns. Traditional crowns cover your entire tooth. Onlays and 3/4 crowns may be appropriate if you still have a healthy tooth structure. This is considered a more conservative approach compared to covering your crown completely. In this procedure, your dentist removes the affected area and reshapes the tooth to make a crown.
We provide all kind of dental service. We provide services like root canal and so on. Sometimes bacteria invade the pulp of a tooth and cause an infection. In this case, root canal treatment is required to save the tooth. During this procedure, the infected pulp is removed and the tooth is sealed to prevent reinfection. Root canal treatment is a dental procedure to reduce pain caused by an infected tooth or an abscess. During root canal treatment, the inflamed pulp is removed. Then the surface inside the tooth is cleaned and disinfected and a sealant is applied to seal the space. Contact us today for knowing the root canal treatment cost.
Root canal treatment is necessary when oral bacteria invade the pulp inside the tooth. This usually occurs when the cavity has not healed for a long time. It can also happen if your tooth is broken or damaged due to trauma.
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