What are Dental Crowns?
Dental crowns are a stainless-steel material or zirconia which is ceramic or composite that is in the shape of a tooth. These tooth shaped crowns act as caps for a damaged tooth.
Why a children’s crown needed?
A dental crown is used to restore the tooth shape and help to protect it from further bacteria and cavities. Following a pulp therapy or in the presence of extensive cavity in a tooth.
When your Children Need a Dental Crown?
A dental crown will be used to help protect the tooth and the smile, when your children conducting a pulp therapy or dealing with a particularly severe cavity, the tooth’s shaped will be drilled and shaved down because of the cavity. Therefore, this leaves the tooth misshapen.
A crown will help cap the tooth, to help restore its original shape while also helping protect it from further bacteria and cavities.
Why your Children Need a Dental Crown?
Some quick reasons why your children would need a crown:
- Protects the tooth from further decay
- Ensures a proper smile by maintaining proper tooth shape
- Maintains proper tooth shape for eating