Crowns are made by the dentist to restore damaged teeth or those prone to breaking. Teeth with large fillings and root treatments can fracture easily - and so these also should be covered and protected using this method.
They are made by shaping the tooth so that it is slightly smaller in size - and the print of this is taken so that the laboratory technician can make a it out of Porcelain. This crown is then cemented with special dental glue on to the tooth.
If you have a missing tooth - and the area is not suitable for a dental implant tooth- then a crown can be made to fill this gap: this is held by another one next to it, which is cemented on to the adjacent tooth. These connected crowns are secure and a good alternative to dentures.
A Cosmetic dentist at Longwood House, can make crowns and bridges to look like natural teeth.
What are all the methods of replacing missing teeth?
In summary : Dentures , Bridges or Dental Implants.
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