What All-ceramic Crowns is
It is a “hat”, a tooth-shaped “case” that is placed over a tooth and covers it to restore its color, shape and size, strength and durability.
It is the prosthetic rehabilitation with the highest strength and retention.
Due to the ceramic material it has the best aesthetics along with the ceramic Veneers.
An All-ceramic Crowns may be needed in the following cases:
The Treatment procedure
The procedure to place a crown on a tooth usually takes 3-4 sessions, with the first appointment being to control and create a treatment plan.
Meanwhile, in order for the patient to be able to move normally the next day and as many days as it takes until the incident is over, we have manufactured temporary prosthetics that will adhere to the prepared tooth.
The patient should not eat anything hard in the area where the All-ceramic Crowns have been placed for at least 4 hours.
On average, All-Ceramic Crowns last between 5 and 15 years. The life span of a Crown depends on the amount of “wear” exposed, how well you follow good oral hygiene practices and personal oral habits (you should avoid such habits as grinding or clenching your teeth, chewing ice, nail biting and using your teeth to open packages).
While an All-Ceramic Crown does not require special care, remember that simply because a tooth has a Crown does not mean that the tooth is protected from wear or tear. Therefore, continue to practice good oral hygiene practices, including brushing your teeth at least twice a day, using daily yarn – especially around the crown area where the Crown meets the tooth.
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