A porcelain crown is used as a substitution for a natural crown of a tooth to improve functionality and aesthetics. In our clinic, we use the highest quality crowns so that our patient’s teeth are as natural as possible, and their smiles are more glistening and beautiful.
What Is a Porcelain Crown?
A porcelain crown is a substitution used to enhance tooth functionality and aesthetics.
Porcelain crowns are an excellent part of a rehabilitation plan when we want to straighten your teeth and also when there is a tooth missing.
Porcelain crowns are used when patients are undertaking rehabilitation on teeth missing on the top of the implant. In those cases, the result is a natural, beautiful smile and the contented patient who shares his most honest emotions with us at that moment.
1. Can you be allergic to porcelain crowns?
Porcelain crowns do not cause allergic reactions.
2. What's the average lifespan of a porcelain crown?
In dentistry, there is no average lifespan of any work.
3. Is it possible to whiten porcelain crowns?
If a patient has relatively new crowns and they are visible while patient talks, laughs or eats, he should think twice about whitening the crowns. Why? Because the colour of crowns can’t be whitened. If we do the whitening treatment, we will probably change existing crowns because the colour of the crowns is determined by the colour of your teeth. If the existing crowns are lighter than the natural tooth then whitening is possible.