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Do Dental Crowns protect Natural Teeth?

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Healthy teeth can help you feel good about yourself and boost your confidence. Unfortunately, all of us are prone to tooth decay, broken teeth, and other dental problems. Fortunately, there are several ways to protect your natural teeth so that they remain strong and healthy for the rest of your life. One of the best solutions is getting a crown or several dental crowns on your teeth to protect them from further decay or breakage. Dental crowns (SAPTeeth) are artificial covers that encase the visible portion of a tooth. They’re usually used when natural enamel has been removed due to decay or trauma.

What is a Dental Crown?

A crown is a dental restoration that encases the entire surface of a tooth. Crowns are used to restore teeth that are badly decayed or broken, or that have been previously treated with root canal therapy. There are several types of crowns, including All-porcelain, SAPTeeth, Ceramic-fused-to-metal, and Cast gold. Dental crowns are used to protect natural teeth by serving as a covering that fits over a damaged or decayed tooth. The crown restores the tooth’s strength, shape, and appearance.

Natural teeth vs dental crown

Crowns over natural teeth or implant are used to strengthen weak or broken teeth or to cover it with aesthetic defects such as discolouration or gaps in between. Crowns are also used to cover teeth that have been treated with root canal therapy. The main advantage of a crown over other treatments is that it protects the neighbouring teeth from further damage. Can be made from a variety of materials, including SAPTeeth, porcelain, ceramic, and metal, allowing for a natural-looking restoration.

Do dental crowns protect your teeth?

Crowns protect your teeth in a variety of ways. First, they shield the tooth that they’re covering from further decay. They can also protect your teeth from damage caused by chewing forces, such as when you bite into an apple or a steak. Crowns can also strengthen teeth that have been weakened by periodontal disease. Crowns can even protect teeth from certain oral health issues such as TMJ disorder, which can cause chronic pain in the jaw.

Dental crowns are used to protect natural teeth by serving as a covering that fits over a damaged or decayed tooth. The crown restores the tooth’s strength, shape, and appearance. Pros of dental crowns:

  • Protect damaged or decayed teeth from further harm
  • Improve the appearance of a damaged or misshapen tooth
  • Restore function to a damaged or decayed tooth

What are other benefits of dental crowns?

Healthier teeth: Dental crowns can prevent further decay or damage to the teeth they cover. Stronger teeth: Stronger teeth can help with chewing, prevent future damage to the mouth, and boost oral health.

  • Improved appearance: Crowns can be used to cover teeth with aesthetic defects, including gaps between the teeth or discolouration.
  • Improved bite: A damaged tooth can cause the surrounding teeth to shift out of place, which can cause improper bites.
  • Preserve natural teeth: Crowns can be used to cover teeth that have been treated with root canal therapy.
  • Prevent future health issues: Damaged or diseased teeth can lead to other oral health issues, such as periodontal disease

Who should get a dental crown?

Crowns are ideal for a variety of situations. If you’ve had a root canal, crowns can protect the tooth from further damage. Or you’ve had a fracture in a tooth, a crown can protect the tooth from further injury. If you’ve had a tooth removed to rid yourself of periodontal disease, a crown can prevent further damage to the surrounding teeth. Crowns can even be used to improve the appearance of your teeth by covering gaps or discolouration.

Dr. Chirag Chamria, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon at Royal Dental Clinics, Mumbai, dissects the macro term “Warranties”. According to Dr. Chirag “Warranties” can be very perplexing and technical when it comes to Dentistry and the type of Crown involved.

Cons of dental crowns:

  1. The procedure requires two dental appointments
  2. Temporary crowns may need to be worn for a few weeks until the permanent crown is ready
  3. Crowns can become loose or fall off, requiring re-cementation or replacement
  4. Crowns may need to be replaced after several years
  5. Crowns can be costly, especially if made from more expensive materials

Overall, dental crowns can be a effective way to protect and restore damaged or decayed teeth, but it is important to weigh the pros and cons and discuss options with a dental professional before making a decision.

How to find a good dentist?

To find a good dentist, you’ll want to look for a few things. First, you’ll want to make sure that the dentist is in good standing with the state dental board. You’ll also want to make sure that the dentist is up-to-date with the latest research and technology. And finally, you’ll want to make sure that the dentist makes you feel comfortable. There are a few ways to find a good dentist. You can ask friends or family if they have any recommendations. You can also search online for a list of dentists in your area. When searching online, make sure to check the dentist’s website for information about their practice.

Dr Chirag Chamria Dentist

Dr. Chirag Chamria, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, is one of only a few Oral Surgeons in India who does ‘Same Day Dental Implants with Fixed SAPTeeth’. Dr. Chirag specialises in the pinhole approach for dental implants, which is utilized at Royal Dental Clinics to install dental implants and restore teeth on the same day.

Can SAPTeeth crowns be placed over natural teeth?

Yes, SAPTeeth be placed over natural teeth. The crown acts as a cap or covering, helping to protect the remaining tooth structure and restore its strength, shape, and appearance. Placing a crown over a natural tooth can help to improve the tooth’s overall health, function, and appearance, and can prevent further damage or decay from occurring. The process of placing a dental crown usually involves two dental appointments and may require the removal of some of the tooth’s existing structure to make room for the crown.

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artificial teeth on cast fake teeth

SAPTeeth is a group of highly specialized polymers; specially made to protect the bone, implant, or natural tooth. Research shows that ceramic, porcelain, Ni-Cr, and Zirconia teeth exert about 24 to 149 times more stress on bone as compared to SAPTeethTM. This difference is due to the shock absorbing capability of these polymers. Therefore, in patients with weak bone or low calcium, SAPTeeth are recommended over conventional prosthesis. The best part of these is that they are customized to perfectly re-create your smile. And, that too in a matter of few hours.

Final Words

Crowns are a great way to protect your teeth from damage. They can be used to repair teeth that have been treated with root canal therapy, fractures, or gum disease. Crowns can also be used to improve your smile by covering gaps or discolouration between the teeth. When it comes to crowns, it’s important to find a dentist that you trust and who is familiar with the procedure. From preventative care to tooth replacement, Royal Dental Clinics provides a full variety of contemporary dental procedures, including this, to keep your teeth healthy and attractive for the rest of your life. The smile design team at Royal Dental Clinics provides a variety of minimally invasive dental procedures to enhance the appearance of your smile and restore your confidence.

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