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What are SAPTeeth Dental Crowns?

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If you’ve ever had a tooth get chipped, broken, or simply fall out from decay, you know how much it can affect your life. In some cases, you might even need to get dental crowns for sap teeth. But what are SAPTeeth Dental Crowns? These dental crowns (also known as “endodontic restorations”) are a type of dental restoration procedure that replaces the original tooth structure with a new covering called a crown. The main objective of getting this kind of treatment is to protect the weak and damaged tooth from any further deterioration and prevent its further damage by external factors such as chewing food, acidic fruits, or hot or cold liquids.

Types of SAPTeeth Dental Crowns

SAPT.Resin Crown

With SAPT.Resin, you can get the desired smile in a short period. It is the most cost-effective SAPTeethTM for a short-term, cost-effective, and quick solution for your dental needs.

SAPT.HIPC (High Impact Polymer Composite)

These are one of the strongest materials in the SAPTeethTM. They have wear and tear of over 9+ years. HIPC also has great shock absorbable properties offering great stability to the underlying teeth, implant, and bone.

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SAPT.GN Dental Crown

With this new technology, we can offer the most innovative prostheses for dental use, which provides a long-lasting solution in the field of Implantology and complete bridge restoration, as well as achieving total satisfaction for the patient.


It is the most physiologic material for a dental framework that is only surpassed by the nature itself. It is an elastic, light, and thermally conductive material. Especially useful for patients with a strong bite, repeated prosthesis breakage, bruxism, and clenching.


A flowable polymer that attaches to the surfaces of the implant, natural teeth & SAPTeethTM thereby creating a single unit for more durable, success-oriented, & efficient dental prosthetic solutions.


Multi.Com is a technique-sensitive procedure that offers an even more polished aesthetic and longer wearing time of up to 2 years. The new technology offers patients the opportunity to enjoy a better quality of life and increased time between appointments.

SAPTeeth dental crown are advanced tooth replacement for weak or no bone!

Purpose of SAPTeeth Dental Crown

The primary purpose of a dental crown is to restore the shape and integrity of the tooth. Dental crowns are also used to protect the tooth from further breakage, prevent tooth loss and allow for a more esthetic smile. Crowns are also used to hold a dental bridge in place or to anchor a dental implant. Dental crowns can be made of a variety of materials. The most common are gold alloys, porcelain, and plastic resins.

Porcelain crowns are common because they are esthetically very pleasing and provide excellent strength. Crowns are also helpful in the process of gum disease. When gum disease is present, the gum tissue will become inflamed and begin to recede away from the teeth, creating an open space. If teeth are not restored, they may become loose and even fall out. A gum-supported crown, or “Gum-disease-controlled crown,” will help prevent this.

Do you need SAPTeeth Dental Crowns?

Teeth are prone to decay and cavities, and over time, these tooth defects can worsen, leading to the need for a dental crown. Dental crowns are used to restore and improve the function of a tooth that is severely decayed, broken or has had a root canal procedure. There are several reasons why you may need to get a dental crown. The first reason is tooth decay. If you’ve noticed that one of your teeth is decayed and stained, or if you’ve begun to experience pain when you chew, you might need to get a dental crown.

By definition a dental prosthesis is an intra-oral prosthesis used to restore intra-oral defects such as missing teeth, or missing parts of teeth. One of the most advanced materials for these artificial teeth are called SAPTeeth. SAPTeeth or Shock Absorbable Permanent Teeth are a group of highly advanced polymers which are specially made to protect the bone, implant and the natural tooth under the prosthesis.

Another reason is tooth fracture. Have you ever hit or knocked one of your teeth? If so, it could have fractured the tooth. A fractured tooth may need a dental crown to keep it from shattering and falling out entirely. Still, another reason is a root canal procedure. If your dentist has found that you have an infected tooth, he or she may recommend a root canal procedure. This procedure is done to clean out the inside of the tooth and kill off the infection.

When should you get SAPTeeth Dental Crown?

If you’ve begun to notice that one of your teeth has been damaged from decay, breakage, or has been infected, it’s a good idea to visit your dentist. Your dentist will examine your teeth and may suggest a dental crown. If a tooth is decayed, it will be etched or stained yellow. If a tooth is broken, it will be discoloured or uneven. Similarly, if a tooth is infected, you may experience pain when you eat hot or cold foods, or you may experience pain in your gums or mouth.

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Finally, if you’ve been told that you’ve got one or more teeth that are decayed or broken to the point where they can’t be saved, you may need to get a dental crown. Your dentist may recommend a dental crown if you’ve got a tooth that is badly decayed or infected to the point that it can’t be saved.

How to Get a SAPTeeth Dental Crown?

The first step to getting a tooth crown is to visit your dentist. Your dentist will examine the damaged tooth and surrounding teeth and may take X-rays to determine the extent of the damage. Once your dentist has determined that you need a dental crown, he or she will likely take a dental impression of your tooth. A dental impression is a mould that is used to make the crown.

Your dentist may use a material called alginate to create an impression of your tooth. Alginate is a soft, moldable material that is placed around the tooth and allowed to be set. Once the material has been set, it is removed and sent to a dental lab where your crown will be manufactured.

Bottom Line

If you’ve lost one or more teeth, don’t give up hope! SAPTeeth is the ideal remedy to revive your smile. It is any procedure used to repair damaged teeth and restore them to their original state of health and strength. There are several approaches to doing this, each with advantages and disadvantages of its own.

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