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Dental crowns are caps placed on top of damaged teeth. The crowns, when cemented into place, fully encase the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line.


You may need a dental crown for several reasons, including:

  • Protecting a weak tooth (possibly from decay) from breaking or to keep the weak tooth together if parts of it are cracked.
  • Restoring a broken tooth or a severely worn down tooth.
  • Covering and supporting a tooth with a large filling and not much tooth remaining.
  • Holding a dental bridge in place.
  • Covering misshapen or severely discolored teeth.
  • Covering a dental implant.
  • Covering a tooth that’s been treated with a root canal.


The main types of crowns used in dentistry include:

  • Gold crowns

Gold crowns are in fact a combination of copper and other metals, such as nickel or chromium. The main advantage of gold crowns is their strength and durability.

Main ADVANTAGES of gold crowns:

  • They are strong and highly resistant
  • They last a long time if properly cared for
  • Less proportion of your natural tooth needs to be removed
  • They wear down quite slowly, just like natural enamel
  • They are ideal for posterior restorations (back teeth), especially second molars

Main DISADVANTAGES of gold crowns:

  • Poor aesthetics:

They obviously don’t look like a natural tooth Gold alloy crowns can affect some people and produce some side effects such as allergic reactions or swelling

  • All Porcelain Crowns:

This is definitely the most popular type of crown used nowadays. They are entirely made of porcelain material. Types-of-Dental-Crowns-All-porcelain






Answer – With proper care, crowns and bridges can last for many years, and sometimes even a lifetime. However, they may need to be replaced or adjusted over time as the mouth changes or the materials wear down.

Answer – Dental crowns and bridges are considered permanent restorations, but they may need to be replaced over time due to wear and tear or damage.

Answer – Caring for crowns and bridges is similar to caring for natural teeth. You should brush and floss regularly, see we for regular checkups and cleanings, and avoid chewing on hard objects or foods that can damage the restoration.

Answer – Depending on the extent of the damage, crowns and bridges can often be repaired rather than replaced. we can assess the damage and determine the best course of action.

Answer – Doctors can assess your individual case to determine if a crown or bridge is the best treatment option for you. Factors such as the extent of damage or decay, the number of missing teeth, and your overall oral health and preferences will be taken into consideration.

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