What Is a Dental Crown?

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped covering that is used to repair a damaged tooth. This porcelain covering provides support and restores the function and appearance of the damaged tooth. A dental crown is also used following treatments such as root canal therapy and can be used with a dental implant to replace a single missing tooth. Dental crowns are most often used for:

Damaged Tooth

A dental crown is often used for a damaged tooth that cannot be repaired with an inlay, onlay, or filling. This not only restores the appearance of the tooth but also provides strength to the tooth structure.

Missing Tooth

If you are missing a tooth or require an extraction, a dental crown supported by a dental implant may be a great option for you. Not only does it replace the missing tooth structure but the implant acts as a prosthetic tooth root, providing the jawbone the stimulation it needs to prevent bone degeneration that occurs with missing teeth. 

Root Canal

root canal is used to address tooth decay that reaches the tooth roots. A dental crown is then placed over the remaining natural tooth following root canal therapy to provide the tooth with additional strength and protection.

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