A crown is a tooth-shaped covering which is cemented to the tooth service & its main function is to protect the tooth structure & retain the function.
Stainless Steel Crown – They are easy to customize. They have shallow occlusal anatomy which means less tooth reduction. It has a thick occlusal surface to prevent bite-through. Its parallel walls allow for operator fit control.
Strip Crown – In the case of heavy caries or tooth trauma the Strip Crowns can help to restore the upper anterior in a highly aesthetic way.<.p>
Polycarbonate Crown – Polycarbonate material contours and crimps similar to metal crowns to yield easy adaptation to margins, made from polycarbonate resin with micro glass fibers for strength and durability. Ideal for short- or longer-term use, providing the option of offering an aesthetic, longer-term temporary for patients with economic considerations.
Nu Crown – The Nu Crown method allows dental professions to produce highly functional, natural-looking temporary crowns efficiently. This method offers incredible flexibility during treatment. The hourglass-shaped windows at the top of each Nu Crown product allow not only for excellent occlusal stops after the excess resin has been removed but also for a greater variety of sizes that can be used for each tooth.
Bridges and crowns are fixed prosthetic devices that are cemented onto existing teeth or implants by a dentist or prosthodontist.Unlike removable devices such as dentures, which you can take out and clean daily, crowns and bridges are cemented onto existing teeth or implants, and can only be removed by a dentist. Crowns are used most commonly to entirely cover or “cap” a damaged tooth or cover an implant. Bridges are commonly used to cover a space if you’re missing one or more teeth. They are cemented to natural teeth or implants surrounding the space where the tooth once stood.
In addition to strengthening a damaged tooth, bridges and crowns can be used to improve a tooth’s appearance, shape, alignment and dental occlusion (bite). Gaps left by missing teeth can cause the remaining teeth to shift, which can result in a bad bite. Bridges and crowns help prevent this from happening.