Stainless steel crowns are extra-coronal restorations that are used particularly in the restoration of grossly broken down teeth and large multi-surface cavities. The placement of traditional stainless steel crowns can be challenging for the patient… more
As soon as one hears about stainless steel dental crowns a silvery tooth-like image will pop in the visual cortex of the brain. All we know is it’s a metal cap that is generally inserted into the premolars but it’s more than that. It is a boon to… more
Nothing lasts forever and so don’t dental crowns. They need replacing in time, however there are other reasons too for patients to ask for a replacement. Reasons could include not liking the shape or color of the crown, development of a black band… more
Before we get into how strong front teeth crowns actually are, let us first understand what dental crowns are. Dental crowns are used to cover teeth that are damaged in some way or the other.
Dental crowns are prosthetics which are used to cover up misshapen teeth and restore the smile on your face. We’ve seen a number of villains smile wide with stainless steel crowns. If your teeth are weak or broken, these crowns are an excellent fix… more
Need proper information about Porcelain and Stainless Steel dental crowns? We’ll tell you all about them. Read on.
Wondering how long can a temporary crown last? Well, they can last anywhere from 3 - 21 days. However, they need to be replaced, depending on any ongoing periodontal or endodontic treatment. The dentist may delay fitting the permanent crown.