5 Dental Problems Improved with Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are used to cover and protect an affected tooth. These porcelain caps are made to very closely resemble the appearance of a natural tooth. Crowns are used to improve the following problems/conditions:

Worn or broken tooth

A crown can be used to restore the form and function of a tooth that has been broken or worn.

Cracked tooth

A cracked or weak tooth can be restored, and protected from even more damage, with a dental crown.

Tooth with a large filling

A tooth with a large filling may become weak, but it can be protected and restored with a crown.

Single missing tooth

A single missing tooth can be replaced with a dental implant attached to a dental crown.

Misshapen or severely discoloured tooth

A crown can cover a misshapen or severely discoloured tooth, restoring its proper form and function.