Dental Crowns

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Dental Crowns in Rochdale

Crowns or caps are fixed restorations that are usually placed to restore a heavily broken down tooth. They can also be used to alter the colour or shape of a tooth where other options are not appropriate. They look and feel like natural teeth and are shaded to match the colour of the rest of your teeth.


How long do crowns last?

Crowns can last for many years but like all restorations, they last longer if well cared for by maintaining excellent oral hygiene. The life of Crowns are subject to stresses of biting and grinding and it is not unusual for them to chip or loosen. If the fracture is small it may be possible to repair in the mouth, however, if it a large fracture it may require replacement. Loose crowns can often just be refixed.


Reasons for recommending crowns include:

Replacing a large filling on the gum where there is not enough tooth remaining

  • To protect a weak tooth from developing fractures
  • To restore a fractured tooth
  • To cover a poorly shaped or discoloured tooth
  • To attach dental bridges
  • To cover a tooth that underwent a root canal
  • To cover a dental implant
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Dental Crown Frequently Asked Questions

Can dental crowns chip?

Dental crowns can chip when subjected to strenuous biting and chewing. These chipped areas can quickly be filled without needing to replace the whole crown. However, if the chip is large, you may need to have the crown replaced.

Do crowns look like natural teeth?

Dental laboratories are tasked with creating dental crowns that match your existing teeth. It can be hard to differentiate dental crowns from real teeth.

Do crowns require specialised care?

While dental crowns do not require any specialised care, it is essential to remember that the tooth underneath can still develop tooth decay and even gum disease. It is also important to follow proper dental hygiene routines such as brushing your teeth twice a day.

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