A dental crown is one of the elements that is included in fixed dental prosthetics and is used to reconstruct the crown of a natural tooth.
Crowns, also known as crowns, are fixed prosthetic replacements that are installed on one tooth or a dental implant when it comes to functional or aesthetic damage to the tooth. A crown is a prosthetic replacement that imitates the shape, size and color of a tooth and is permanently fixed (cemented) to a dental implant or ground tooth.
Dental crowns are used in cases such as:
fracture of a natural tooth,
damage to a natural tooth to such an extent that a filling cannot be made on it,
a natural tooth weakened by caries,
a treated tooth that has extensive damage,
consequence of endodontic treatment or
wear and tear of the prosthetic replacement.
Dental crowns can be made of different materials:
They represent a type of prosthetic work in which ceramic is attached to a metal base.
Today, such crowns are the standard in dental prosthetics due to their reasonable price, durability and solid aesthetic component.
They have a zirconium base that is coated with ceramic.
Zircon gives a brighter and more natural appearance than metal and gives superior aesthetic results when placed on natural teeth or implants.
Thanks to its strength and aesthetics, it is most often used for front teeth.
Due to its complete naturalness, transparency, but also perfect compatibility with the human body, zircon becomes an irreplaceable part of aesthetic dental medicine and is recommended to all our patients, especially when it comes to front teeth.
Fully ceramic crowns
They are made of top quality ceramics and represent the best solution for perfect teeth aesthetics.
With their color, translucency and transparency, they most faithfully depict all the optical properties of a real tooth, which results in a crown that cannot be distinguished from a natural tooth.