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All Resin Crown

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Composite resin crowns are less expensive than other crown kinds and have a very realistic appearance, however they are brittle and prone to breakage over time. A resin crown is no longer the only option available nowadays for tooth repair. Composite material, like that used for conventional colour fillings, is utilised to build resin crowns.

When is a Dental Crown Necessary?

A damaged tooth can be restored with dental crowns. Dental crowns are used by dentists to restore weak, decaying, and broken teeth. They improve the stability and functionality of the injured tooth, restore the tooth's natural look, and serve as a prosthesis during dental implant treatments.

About Treatment

What is the process of getting All Resin Crown

These crowns may easily be blended into a variety of colours to match the colour of the natural teeth because they are not composed of metal. Additionally, it shields the remaining tooth structure from fracturing and temperature variations. Composite resin crowns are particularly aesthetically pleasing because they mimic the appearance and colour of a tooth in its natural state. Additionally, because resin crowns are metal-free, those who have a metal allergy can use them.

How long does it take to get this kind of crown?

A resin crown typically requires two visits to the dentist. This is true because a dental technician's ability and knowledge are needed to handcraft or custom make in the lab the crown that exactly fits your tooth. The tooth being treated is first given a local and topical anaesthetic to numb it. After that, the tooth's decay of any sort is eliminated. The tooth is then reshaped using a handpiece at this point. The tooth is then precisely imprinted, and a temporary crown is attached. The permanent crown is being created in a lab in the meanwhile. The tooth is once again numbed and the new crown is placed when the resin crown is complete. When placing the temporary crown on the tooth, individual attention must be used. This care is essential to the treatment's effectiveness and the gums' overall health.

Problems with All Resin Crown

They could get cracked or chipped. This may occur as a result of a facial wound or perhaps even from biting down on something hard. With time, the crown may also degrade and get weaker. Color Change Due to the type of Material - Resin they are made from, over a few months itself they can change color to a more darker or yellow looking shade making it a very unplesant experience for the patient.

Before After

Precautions before permanent crown is fixed

You'd usually get a temporary crown in your first visit. These are the few precautions since temporary dental crowns are just a temporary repair until a permanent crown is available.

  • Avoid chewy, sticky foods like caramel and chewing gum because they can grasp the crown and pull it off.
  • Use the side of your mouth that has the temporary crown as little as possible. Move most of your chewing to the other side of your mouth.
  • Avoid chewing tough foods like raw vegetables because doing so could shatter or dislodge the crown.
  • When cleaning in between your teeth, slide the dental floss rather than lifting it out to prevent ripping off the temporary crown

Precautions after the treatment

The crown needs to be kept clean just like you would take care of your natural teeth. While the crown itself cannot deteriorate, the area where the crown's edge meets the tooth can do so. Dental crowns typically last five to fifteen years. The amount of "wear and tear" a crown experiences depends on how well you practise good oral hygiene, and your own mouth-related behaviours can all affect how long a crown will last. These oral habits may include the following:

  • Your teeth are being ground or clenched.
  • ice chewing.
  • gnawing on one's fingernails
  • Make use of your teeth to open containers.

Additional tips for better & brighter teeth are

  • Floss your teeth at least once daily
  • Brush at least twice daily
  • Avoid chewing on hard foods
  • Wear a night guard if you grind your teeth
  • Come in for regular dental checkups and teeth cleanings

Frequently Asked Questions about All Resin Crown

Important things to note

Usually above 18 years (some exceptions)

Usually above 18 years (some exceptions)

Lab tests or imaging may be required

Lab tests or imaging may be required

Not covered by most insurances in India

Not covered by most insurances in India

Multiple visits may be required

Multiple visits may be required

No special precautions before the treatment

No special precautions before the treatment

Special precautions after the treatment

Special precautions after the treatment

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