25 January 2019
25 January 2019, Comments: 0

When your dentist gives you a crown, it is to cover an implant or a broken tooth. It is a cap made of porcelain although there are also crowns made of metal. Although an effective treatment, there are some risks:

– Potential nerve damage (paraesthesia)

– Increased sensitivity to heat and cold

– Susceptibility to bacterial growth if the crown is loose or not fitted correctly/well

Crowns can become loose or fall off; they can also break, fracture, or chip. But they can be replaced.

“Dental crowns are a good option to consider for patients whоѕе tooth hаѕ sustained severe damage. It іѕ аlѕо an ideal solution to yellow or discoloured teeth.”

More information is in this article: http://fooyoh.com/fitness_health/15343681/benefits-risks-and-candidacy-of-dental-crowns

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