Dental crowns have one thing in common when performing this treatment and that is that the tooth is damaged due to a hole in the tooth (caries) or it has broken (fracture). The dentist must slip (prepare) the teeth with drill for the dental crown to fit later. The preparation results in the dental technician getting enough space to create a dental crown with sufficient material that is cemented (glued) to the sanded teeth.
The teeth are important for people’s everyday lives in terms of social interaction such as kissing and laughing as well as chewing and decomposing food. Many realize quickly after loss of their teeth what quality of life it means with a bite that works. A dental crown should look as natural as possible to restore a nice smile, but the dental crown must also work practically practically.
What is a dental crown?
A dental crown is an artificial porcelain stand that is placed on the injured tooth like a cap. The damaged tooth is ground (prepared) in advance for the dental crown to fit.
Causes to treat a dental crown:
The main reason that the dentist wants to use a dental crown is that the tooth has lost very much tooth substance as a result of:
- Caries: Hole in the tooth. Big holes must be treated with a dental crown for best results
- Fracture: A large piece of dentifrice has broken, which prevents the forecast for a normal fill. The tooth crown has a good long-term forecast
- Fill fracture: Large Fill / plomb which has broken or fallen away. The tooth crown lasts longer and becomes nicer a new big fix
- Enamel or denture: Some have teeth that break apart spontaneously due to an injury that occurs in the formation of teeth. The tooth crown protects the internal tooth decay
These patients usually have major problems with anxiety and you need to treat crowns to reduce the symptoms.
Patients with major amalgam fillings are at greater risk of fractures.
Advantages of a dental crown:
The tooth crown has a better long-term forecast than large fillings.
It looks finer and more aesthetic than layering.
The material does not shrink over time as plastic fillings do. Less risk of caries under the material.
The tooth crown can be easier to keep clean compared to a large toothpaste
Disadvantages of a dental crown:
You need to brush off the tooth subtend to get the dental crown.
The treatment time is longer for a dental crown than a toothbrush
Treatment for a dental crown: Performed by a dentist
Before initiating treatment with the dental crown, a thorough examination must be performed by the X-ray and control teeth. It is important to ensure that the tooth in the vicinity of the crown is healthy.
- Full investigation of the bite. Important before treatment with dental crown
- Complementary X-ray examination of the jaw bone and teeth adjacent to the tooth to be treated.
- Slip (prepare) on the teeth / teeth (chamfer preparation). The tooth crown must have a certain thickness of the material to hold
- Imprint of the sanded tooth with Sillikon material. This allows the technician to manufacture the dental crown.
- Temporary plastic chandelier is manufactured at the clinic to protect the dentifrice, maintain chewing ability and aesthetics.
- Impressions are sent to technicians who manufacture the dental crown.
- The tooth crown is cemented (glued) to the ground (groomed) tooth.
When the dental crown or facade is properly seated, it is important to clean the teeth at least as carefully as normal teeth. It is important to understand that the risk of a hole under the dental crown is and increases in poor oral hygiene. It is easier for bacterial coatings to attach to the transition between the dental crown and dental substance. To keep clean around a dental crown you should use a toothbrush with toothpaste and also supplement with dental floss at least once a day. Some may also need to use spacer brushes. It is difficult to make holes under a dental crown. Most dental crowns must be removed and replaced if there is a hole below the dental crown.