Avg. treatment time
2 - 3 hours
No. of treatments
1 - 2
The part of the tooth that is visible above the gum line is known as the crown. Occasionally with decay, fractures or large fillings, the crowns of teeth can deteriorate so much so that they become functionally and aesthetically compromised.
In this situation the only way to restore the tooth is to fabricate an artificial crown as they enable complete coverage of the tooth to provide protection to the compromised tooth structure and also act as a barrier for infection for teeth which have recently undergone root canal therapy.
At the neem tree, we use only the most advanced dental materials for our crowns which are built to last. The crowns are available in a variety of different materials which are carefully selected by your dentist depending on the needs of your teeth.
All ceramic crowns have the most natural appearance and are produced by many layers of tooth coloured porcelain enabling them to resemble the appearance of natural teeth.
Porcelain bonded crowns have the same porcelain layering as ceramic crowns but are also reinforced by a metallic core, which is needed when placing crowns on the back teeth to withstand the large forces generated when chewing
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