Over time, teeth can get damaged due to dental trauma, old age, bruxism, and tooth decay. Dental procedures such as dental crowns can repair your teeth and enhance your smile and bite function thanks to restorative dentistry.
A crown is a tooth-shaped full coverage restoration used to maintain the integrity of the tooth structure.
There are several reasons why a patient might need a dental crown.
To finish the final stage of an implant
To enhance the strength of a weakened or worn out tooth
To fix cosmetic issues such as the appearance of stained, yellowed, or discolored teeth
To cover a tooth after root canal treatment
To repair a broken, fractured, or cracked tooth
Types of Crowns For Teeth
There are multiple tooth-colored restorations such as Zirconia, Porcelain, Ceramic, Emax, PFM’s.
How Long Do Crowns Last on Front Teeth?
How long a dental crown can last on front teeth will depend on several factors, such as the material used and overall dental hygiene.
Caring for Your Dental Crown
How long your dental crown front tooth will last ultimately depends on you. To ensure long-term service, use these tips to care for your crown and teeth: