How to Take Care of Your Dental Crowns?

How to Take Care of Your Dental Crowns?

Those who have the experience of wearing a dental crown know the importance of maintaining them. Irrespective of whether they are temporary crowns or permanent ones, it is imperative that we take care of them for better oral health. This contributes… more

my temporary crown fell out

My Temporary Crown Fell Out: What Should I Do?

Wondering what to do if your temporary crown fell out? Then here’s the solution. Take out the crown and rinse your mouth thoroughly. Use toothpaste or vaseline to fix it back. The solution is only temporary when it has come off at night or on the… more

How Are Dental Crowns Made

How Are Dental Crowns Made?

A dental crown can be defined as a tooth-shaped cap or cover that dentists place over a tooth in order to cover it and restore its shape, strength as well as size. Dental crowns are likewise used to improve the appearance of disfigured and/or… more

stainless steel crowns for children

Stainless Steel Crowns For Children: A Definitive Guide

Dentists recommend stainless steel crowns for children, based on the condition and how badly is a tooth affected. To make you aware of them, here is an in-depth article that highlights its uses, restoration procedures, types of crowns a dentist… more

dental crowns for front teeth

Dental Crowns For Your Front Teeth

Before we jump into the advantages of dental crown for your front teeth, let us rewind and start from the basics. While talking about teeth, they are made from the most durable material in the body - the enamel and can hold the ground for long… more

permanent dental glue for crowns

Temporary & Permanent Dental Glue For Crowns

What is permanent dental glue for crowns? Well, glue is the common term used for dental glue, and the permanent dental glue is the adhesive used for a fixed restoration that permanently attaches the abutment teeth with the crowns. 

pediatric crowns

What are Pediatric Crowns?

In a recent Indian case, doctors removed 526 ‘teeth-like structures’ from a 7-year old boy’s mouth. Though this is a case of extreme health mysteries, having one or 2 or maybe 10 affected teeth is not a wonder.

dental caps vs crowns

Dental Caps vs Crowns: What Should You Know?

If you have been reading about dental crowns lately, then you might have come across the term “dental caps” as well. This might often make you wonder what they are. To make it clear and answer your questions, here is an in-depth article that… more

how long does a dental cleaning take

How Long Does A Dental Cleaning Take?

The process of dental cleaning involves removing tarter deposits and plaque, which have built up on your teeth over the years. If you are planning to get your teeth cleaned, then, you might want to know how long does a dental cleaning take and what… more