A dental crown is a modern marvel of dentistry.
Replacement teeth are nothing new. There’s evidence of gold prosthetics dating all the way back to the Etruscans. But the level of durability and quality we have now isn’t even close to what the ancients had.

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Dental crowns are among the most common dental implants out there. They’re used for everything from root canals to shoring up weak teeth, creating an outer layer that replaces the tooth’s natural enamel shell with a tough synthetic surface.

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A dental crown is a prosthetic tooth made out of porcelain. They are used for a number of reasons, but the main reason is to fix broken or decayed teeth. The crown slides over the top of your natural tooth, similar to a stocking cap on your head, and serves as protection for a tooth that is weak.

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Getting a tooth crowned kind of sounds painful, doesn’t it? Just what exactly is a crown, what does it do, and when do you need one? What is a tooth crown? Basically, a crown is a tooth shaped cap designed to cover a tooth. It helps to restore the size, shape, strength, and aesthetic value…

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CEREC: A Single Trip To The Dentist Have you ever needed a crown? Do you remember the entire lengthy process the last time you visited a dentist? A while ago the procedure would have went something like this: The old ways of the first dentist appointment for a crown: The dentist would start by preparing…

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