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Ceramic-metal constructions are a classic way to restore the integrity of the dentition. Most often cermet is used in the lateral parts (chewing teeth), where the strength of the structure comes first. There are also clinical cases where it is necessary to create a bridge prosthesis with a length of more than 3-4 crowns, that is, situations where metal-free constructions are not the best choice. Metal-ceramic can be a support for many retaining and supporting elements in the manufacture of removable structures. In some cases, only the metal frame can hold (move) movable teeth.

Ceramic-metal constructions are a classic way to restore the integrity of the dentition. Most often cermet is used in the lateral parts (chewing teeth), where the strength of the structure comes first. There are also clinical cases where it is necessary to create a bridge prosthesis with a length of more than 3-4 crowns, that is, situations where metal-free constructions are not the best choice. Metal-ceramic can be a support for many retaining and supporting elements in the manufacture of removable structures. In some cases, only the metal frame can hold (move) movable teeth.

Ceramic-metal constructions are a classic way to restore the integrity of the dentition. Most often cermet is used in the lateral parts (chewing teeth), where the strength of the structure comes first. There are also clinical cases where it is necessary to create a bridge prosthesis with a length of more than 3-4 crowns, that is, situations where metal-free constructions are not the best choice. Metal-ceramic can be a support for many retaining and supporting elements in the manufacture of removable structures. In some cases, only the metal frame can hold (move) movable teeth.

Ceramic-metal constructions are a classic way to restore the integrity of the dentition. Most often cermet is used in the lateral parts (chewing teeth), where the strength of the structure comes first. There are also clinical cases where it is necessary to create a bridge prosthesis with a length of more than 3-4 crowns, that is, situations where metal-free constructions are not the best choice. Metal-ceramic can be a support for many retaining and supporting elements in the manufacture of removable structures. In some cases, only the metal frame can hold (move) movable teeth.

Whether used for functional or cosmetic reasons, a dental crown is a custom-made porcelain cap which can restore symmetry and aesthetics to a smile affected by decayed, damaged, or missing teeth. Dr. Chadwick J. Harris and Dr. R. Brent Culpepper work with a trusted local lab to carefully craft dental crowns that match the look and feel of your natural smile. Crowns are a popular restorative option because of their outstanding durability. With proper care and routine visits to our Laurel, MS, office, you can often enjoy the benefits of dental crown treatment for ten years or more.

Dental crowns consist of a custom-made porcelain cap that helps restore symmetry and aesthetics to a smile.

Who Can Benefit from a Dental Crown?

Dental crowns can help address a wide range of concerns including:

Weakened teeth Decayed teeth Fractured teeth Gapped teeth Discolored or yellow teeth Minor imperfections such as chips

While cosmetic dentistry treatments such as teeth whitening and porcelain veneers can help transform the look of your smile, dental crowns are unique since they can also help strengthen your smile for many years to come. Additionally, if you have a missing tooth, you could benefit from the durability of an implant-supported crown.

 

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