Crowns, also known as caps, are used in restorative dentistry to protect or replace a single tooth that is unhealthy or unattractive. Crowns can be used to protect and cover concerns like broken teeth, discoloration, and major decay. A crown can be placed and cemented over the natural tooth or a crown can be attached to a dental implant to replace a missing tooth Crowns can be made from metal, a combination of metal and porcelain, or all porcelain. Porcelain crowns do not usually last as long as metal crowns, but they look more like natural teeth; so most patients prefer porcelain crowns on their visible teeth.
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