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Causes of Crown Dislodgement
 

Dental Crown is a tooth shaped artificial structure that is placed on the top of reduced tooth in order the restore the original shape, size and strength of the .....

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All About Dental Crowns
 

Dental Crown: A dental restoration otherwise known as a “cap" which is a covering that fits over the tooth.
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Dental Crown for Tooth with Large Cavity
 

Quite a lot of us must have encountered a situation in which there is a broken tooth or large cavity present in the tooth and to restore the tooth, two choices .....

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Why to Get Dental Crown after Root Canal Treatment
 

After root canal treatment, tooth becomes weak and brittle. In case of root canal treatment, infected nerve which is present at the centre of the tooth is removed .....

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What is Temporary Dental Crown
 

For giving permanent dental crown to the patient, tooth preparation is required. To protect the prepared tooth, temporary dental crown is given to the patient by .....

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Reasons for Dental Crown to Fall
 

Loose dental crown is a common problem which is encountered by the patients after getting dental crown. Life span of dental crown is 5-15 years but it may fall .....

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Recovering Swallowed Dental Crown
 

Dental Crowns are attached to the tooth structure with luting cement. Very rarely, it may happen that the dental crown is swallowed by the patient. Temporary crown .....

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Remedy for Loose Dental Crown
 

If a dental crown or dental bridge comes off the tooth, then the first thing which the patient can do is to get the dental crown or bridge out of his mouth. If .....

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Average cost of Dental Crowns
 

The average costs of a dental crown, is anywhere in the range of $500 to $3000 per tooth. Dental crowns are also called tooth caps. The price varies due to .....

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Life And Cost Of Crowns
 

Dental crown is restoration which covers the outer surface of the tooth like a cap and is cemented to the tooth structure with the help of dental cement. Patient .....

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Problems after Crown Placement
 

Dental crown is a restoration which covers the outer surface of tooth like a cap and is cemented to tooth with help of dental cement. Problems may occur after placement .....

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Care Of Crowns
 

Longevity of dental crown is 10-15 years. If proper care is taken and meticulous oral hygiene is maintained by the patient, then the dental crown may last even .....

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Procedure For Crown Placement
 

Placement of Dental crown is usually a two appointment procedure. There is gap of two weeks between the two dental appointments. In the first appointment, tooth .....

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Deciding Right Crown To Be Used
 

For Anterior (Front) Teeth - Full ceramic crowns are the most preferred as they provide best esthetics because of their excellent colour matching .....

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Types Of Dental Crowns
 

 Metal crowns: Gold alloys and certain base metal alloys can be used for crown fabrication. Base metal alloys consist of cobalt, chromium, and nickel in definite proportions.     

 
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When Is A Dental Crown Needed
 

Dental Crown is commonly known as a tooth cap or a dental cap. Dental crown is a restoration that covers outer surface of a tooth (like a cap) and is cemented to .....

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