Having a full mouth restoration with crowns is the most affordable option to restore your smile without extracting all of your teeth.
A crown is a tooth cover that is placed over a damaged tooth or an implant to restore the tooth aesthetically and recover the functionality of the tooth.
With a Dental Crown you get to keep your natural teeth by removing the affected parts and placing a dental crown over the remaining healthy teeth.
What is the cost of keeping your teeth..?
There is no better teeth than natural teeth and overtime is the best dental solution to keep them and take care of them, there are several reasons why someone would want getting dental crowns such as:
Restore Tooth: When the tooth damage hasn't affected the root you are able to keep your teeth by removing the infected area and placing a crown over your teeth.
Over an Implant: In the case you had a Dental Implant you will need a crown to act as a regular tooth.
Support a Dental Bridge: To be able to place a bridge next to them it's commonly grinded down to be able to provide better support for the teeth bridge.
Cosmetic: If a patient is not comfortable about their teeth height/width a crown can be placed for Cosmetic Purposes.
Having dental crowns is becoming really popular with international patients that wish to have the best type of crowns for and affordable cost.
It depends on the type of crown of your choice. We commonly suggest full ceramic zirconia for the front teeth as they look more natural, last longer and feel more like natural teeth.
Are Dental Crowns Right for me?
Dental Crowns are for every smile that can be saved without extractions.
This type of Restoration might last decades so it's better to choose the proper material that will let you keep a normal life.
Zirconia Crowns: Are made of a single piece of zirconia which is the most similar look and feel to a natural teeth, this type of crowns are suggested for front teeth.
Emax Porcelain Crowns: These are porcelain fused to metal crowns and because of that Emax crowns are suggested for Molars.
Benefits of Zirconia Crowns
Zirconia crowns are considered the best material for dental restorations because of the following reasons:
Translucid: Zirconia Crowns have translucid qualities meaning they let the light go through them giving a more natural selection.
No Stain: The color will prevail on crowns made 100% from zirconia.
Durable: The wear of crowns made of zirconia is minimal.
Bio-Compatible: Zirconia is a biocompatible material so your body won't reject or have an allergic reaction to it.
How long does crowns last?
Dental Crowns may last over 30 years but their average duration in good conditions may be around 15 and 20 years.
Prophylaxis plays a main role here, let's don't forget the crown is covering natural teeth.
A tooth crown works as a regular tooth, because of this they need the same dental care as natural teeth.
If your natural teeth start to decay it might be possible that the crown will start to get loose and eventually fall.
Even if zirconia dental crowns are a resistant material we recommend to be careful with them.
A dental implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, denture, facial prosthesis or to act as an orthodontic anchor. The basis for modern dental implants is a biologic process called osseointegration, in which materials such as titanium form an intimate bond to bone.
Is an artificial restoration that fits over the remaining part of a prepared tooth. With this procedure we restore the functionality of cracked teeth or with excessive decay, replace a pre-existing crown and even cosmetic modifications, by making dental crowns strong and giving them the shape and size of a natural tooth.
Composite Resin Fillings, also known as tooth-colored fillings, provide strength and resistance to fracture in small- to midsize fillings. This type of fillings needs to withstand moderate pressure due to chewing.
Natural aesthetic Porcelain Veneers choose from bleach colors like BL1, BL2, BL3, BL4, to natural white colors like B1 and A1.
Are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth, and are supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. Conventional dentures are removable
Root Canal Therapy is a good solution for patients who have significant inflammation or infection in the pulp of a tooth. Without treatment, the infection may progress to cause pain or formation of an abscess underneath the tooth, which affects the strength and function of the tooth.