A dental crown is a cap in the shape of a tooth that is fixed over the tooth to resize to reshape and enhance the look of the teeth as well. Dental crowns are a discreet way to cover holes and, whether you have lost or broken teeth, help restore your smile. A crown can also make you bite and chew smoother, and other processes in the body, such as your digestive system, can have a positive effect.
Crowns are mostly permanent or temporary. Temporary crowns are made of a material based on acrylic or stainless steel and can be used for temporary reconstruction before a permanent crown is developed in the laboratory.
Ceramic Crown :For front and back teeth, these crown styles are used. As the initial teeth, the colour of the crown is natural.
Metal Crown: Metal crowns are used with a high gold or platinum or alloy material. Rarely do metal crowns chip or split. The chief downside is the metallic hue. A suitable alternative for out-of-sight molars are metal crowns.
Stainless Steel: For children, stainless steel is used to fit over the primary tooth. The whole tooth is covered by this crown and it is protected from further decay. The crown comes off automatically of it as the primary tooth comes out to make room for the permanent tooth. It's the most cost-efficient.