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Also known as a cap, a crown acts as a restoration for a broken or weakened tooth. Crowns can also be used to correct cosmetic issues such as a misshapen tooth or to hold a dental bridge in place.
The crown is cemented onto a prepared tooth and will be made to look and feel like a natural tooth. Crowns can also be colour-matched for a pleasing aesthetic effect.
If you require a crown, your Horton Dental Practice dentist will explain why and how it will help.
Below are some reasons why crowns are used and their benefits:
Crowns can be temporary or permanent solutions to a dental problem.
Temporary crowns are often made of acrylic or stainless steel and are used to protect a tooth until the permanent crown is ready to be fitted.
Permanent crowns can be made from various materials and our dentists will recommend the best option for you. These include:
To arrange a consultation, please call Horton Dental Practice on020 8391 9222 or click here to contact us.
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