All-Ceramic Dental Crowns
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1.What is it?
As the name “crown” indicates, instead of covering only the surface of the tooth, an all-ceramic crown covers the entire tooth. This is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry services in the market, yet it requires a high level of expertise. Unlike porcelain crowns, your dentist will use ceramic as your crown material, which will bring about a more natural color tone for the tooth. If you're considering getting an all ceramic dental crown, read on!
2.Who needs it?
You may be a candidate if you have an irregular pattern of teeth or have protruding teeth. Also, if your teeth are severely discolored, damaged, or gapped, you should consider this procedure. The procedure is particularly popular among Korean celebrities and soon-to-be married couples.
After taking dental X-rays, your dentist will examine the structure of your teeth in order to fabricate your crown. It is important to note that there will be more tooth reduction for “crowns” than other veneer procedures. Your dentist will try to minimize the reduction and create a temporary one while your all-ceramic crown gets made.