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When I place a crown (fixed prosthesis)?

A tooth should be restored with a crown whenever the remaining tooth structure is weakened. Whenever the dental piece lose a substantial part of its structure.

What could happen if the tooth is not restored with a crown?

If treatment is not promptly made ​​the tooth may be fractured. If the fracture is unfavorable tooth must be extracted.

Crowns recover the aesthetics of my tooth?

The evolution of dental materials currently allows us to manufacture crowns without metal, highly aesthetic and resistant.

What is the durability of fixed prostheses?

The crowns have an average duration of 15 to 20 years, provided that you follow the recommendations of its team of dentists and maintain a satisfactory oral hygiene.

The crowns replace missing teeth?

A crown can be placed on a root / tooth weakened or on an implant. When one missing tooth part can opt to a fixed prosthesis which involves the placement of three or more layers joined so that a crown stay in place of the missing tooth. However, the ideal would be to place an implant.

Why is the implant should be a priority when he misses a dental piece?

The placement of an implant allows placing crowns individually, which facilitates oral hygiene, and increases the area of support for chewing.

A ceramic crown is placed on my first visit to the clinic?

Four visits if the tooth needs to be devitalized will lay the foundations necessary until the final crown. However, a temporary crown will be confecionada ensure that the aesthetic and the strength of your dental piece.

Can I opt for a removable dental prosthesis to replace missing parts?

Whenever possible you should opt for a fixed rehabilitation on teeth or on implants. The removable prosthesis must be removed every night. Have some degree of mobility during oral functions of day-to-day, damaging the remaining dental pieces. While the fixed prosthesis ensures your comfort, is more resistant and highly aesthetic.