Proper Dental Crown Procedure

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Dental crowns are an effective solution to restore the appearance and functionality of damaged or weakened teeth.

A dental crown is a protective cover that is placed over a damaged, weakened, or broken tooth to restore its shape, function, and appearance.


When is a Dental Crown Procedure Required?

There are multiple situations in which a tooth may require a dental crown to be restored or protected.

Metal crowns are commonly used on molars due to their strength and durability. They can be made from metallic alloys such as gold, palladium or silver.

What is the Proper Dental Crown Procedure?

The placement of a dental crown performed conventionally requires several steps, divided into at least two appointments.

In Tooth preparation, the dentist will remove any existing cavities or fillings, and then shape the tooth to receive the crown.


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