Easy Process With The Best Material
A crown is a metal or ceramic cap the same color as the tooth that is mounted on the tooth to restore the function and beauty of the tooth.
Dental crowns are used to preserve and rebuild the natural crown of the tooth. The material that covers the area around and on the teeth is made of metal, resin, ceramic or ceramic that is attached to metal.
Sometimes a large amount of the crown is lost due to factors such as the development of tooth decay or fracture due to impact. In such cases, chewing, beauty and quality of life are affected. To treat this, depending on the condition of the teeth, extensive restorations and dental crowns can be used.
Dentistry, like any other dental treatment, requires a great deal of knowledge, skill and experience. Improper treatments can lead to problems such as damage to adjacent teeth, gum disease, tooth breakage and even tooth loss. Therefore, the knowledge and ability of the dentist plays an important role in the longevity, beauty and health of your teeth and gums.
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In this article, we discuss topics such as the cost of dental crowns installation in Iran, the advantages and disadvantages, types of dental crowns, filled dentures, how dental crowns are installed in Iran and post-installation care.
Installation of dental crowns in Iran are performed by dental professionals trained in the most prestigious universities in the country. In addition , the best materials according to modern technology and science are used to make these crowns in Iran. Another advantage of installing dental crowns in Iran is its much lower cost compared to other countries.
This cost depends on several factors, including the following:
Take a look at the charts below to compare dental crown installation prices in Iran with the rest of the world.
Dental Crowns are often used to overcome a number of problems. Some of these are:
Extensive caries on teeth
When tooth decay progresses, a large amount of tooth crown is lost. In this case, it is better to use veneer after tooth restoration.
Excessive restoration on the tooth
If there is extensive restoration on the tooth, the veneer will put less pressure on the rest of the tooth; This prevents the teeth from breaking due to chewing. The veneer also covers the restored part and the tooth, thus preventing the restorative material from being pulled out and broken.
Root canalled tooth
When tooth decay progresses too much, it sometimes reaches a stage where restorative treatments alone are not the answer. In this case, the tooth must be denervated. In most cases, denervated teeth are best covered because they lose a lot of tooth tissue.
Extensive tooth fracture
In some cases, the crown of the tooth cracks or breaks upon sudden impact. In many cases, crown fractures are small and can be treated with restorative treatments. In some cases, the fracture is large and the tooth may have to be covered.
When a tooth is extracted for whatever reason, the space is left empty. This causes difficulty in chewing and negatively affects beauty. Implants can be used to replace this tooth.
If the anterior teeth are discolored, broken, worn, deformed, treatments such as composite veneers and porcelain veneers can be used to ensure the beauty of these teeth. In these treatments, a layer of composite or ceramic covers only the upper surface of the tooth. But if the deformity, wear and discoloration of the teeth is excessive, these treatments are no longer responsive and artificial dental crowns veneers should be used.
Every tooth is made of two parts, the crown and the root. The root is the part of the tooth that is located inside the jawbone and under the gums. The crown of the tooth is placed above the gums and that is the part we see in the mouth. Sometimes a large part of the crown is lost due to decay or fracture. In such cases, the damage is such that restorative treatments with composite veneers will not be strong enough. This may even lead to reduced lifespan of the teeth. In these cases, dental crowns are used.
The dental crown is like a crown made of resin, metal, ceramic or ceramic fused to metal, which covers the tooth crown and restorative material around the natural crown. Therefore, dental crowns increase the integrity, adhesion, strength and longevity of the teeth. The durability of the crown depends on various factors such as the type of crown, the dentist’s ability, the amount of oral hygiene and the person’s personal habits such as gnashing teeth and chewing hard materials. However, the lifespan of artificial dental crowns are estimated to be between 5 and 15 years.
In this type of crown, a layer of metals such as platinum or alloys such as cobalt, chromium or nickel-chromium covers the tooth. They are used in special cases, such as when the distance between the tooth and the opposite tooth is short. Gold dental crowns also fall into this category. The color of this type of crown is different from the color of the teeth, so it is mostly used in the back of the mouth, which is not usually seen while talking and laughing.
This type of coating is more common nowadays. In this coating, a layer of ceramic or porcelain covers the metal. The ceramic has the same color and shine as the individual’s own teeth. In this way, in addition to the strength of the coating, its beauty is also preserved.
This type of coating is made only of ceramic or porcelain. Ceramic veneers usually do not have the strength of the previous two types of veneers and break under high pressure when chewing. This type of coating looks much better though and that is why it is usually used on frontal teeth, where beauty is more important and less pressure is applied to the teeth while chewing.
Zirconia is also a ceramic made of zirconium oxide or ZrO2; But it often falls into separate categories. Zirconia crowns are opaque and have an abnormal appearance. Therefore, it is mostly used in posterior teeth. To use it in areas where beauty is of more concern, a layer of porcelain is placed on it.
Today, another type of zirconia crown is made with high transparency and strength. They are more beautiful than the solid type and are exactly like natural teeth. To make this type of coating, newer and more advanced technology is usually used instead of molding. In this method, the shape and dimensions of the tooth are measured accurately using a scanner, and based on these, a suitable dental veneer is made.
This type of crown is made of resin. Resin has less strength than metal and porcelain. It also wears out over time due to the forces of chewing.
Losing a large amount of tooth crown can make it difficult to eat. Also, if there are caries or fractures in the front teeth, the beauty of the person is endangered. In addition to the problems caused by not treating these teeth, incorrect and unscientific treatment not only does not solve the problem, but in some cases may create newer problems such as tooth loss. To avoid all the above problems, artificial dental crowns are recommended.
Iranian dentists have gained a great deal of knowledge and skills in installing dental crowns by studying in the best universities. Also, laboratories use the best materials available to make dental crowns in Iran, in accordance with modern science. However, the cost of installing dental crowns in Iran is much lower than in the rest of the world. This has led countless people to travel to Iran to receive dental treatments every year.
Teeth are first machined and the mold is prepared from the teeth. The artificial dental crown is then made accordingly. Metal fused porcelain crowns are commonly used nowadays. The installation process is discussed in details below.
It should be noted that after the tooth is machined, the dentist will make a temporary crown for your teeth which is placed on your teeth after each session. The material and color of the temporary crown is different from the material and color of the permanent one and it is less strong. The temporary cover is used to:
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