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Teeth that are severely broken or decayed can be restored by removal of the decay, tooth preparation, and coverage with a crown. Some other indications for a crown are:

  • A previously filled tooth in which more filling than tooth remains. The existing tooth structure has been weakened and can no longer support the filling.

  • Discolorations or compromised esthetics

  • Cusp fractures

  • Abutments (supports) for a bridge

  • After a root canal filling because teeth are structurally weaker; they  tend to dry out and become brittle and are more apt to fracture.

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Depending on the diagnosis, treatment plan, and discussion with the patient, teeth that are missing can be replaced with several options. They include the following:

  • Fixed bridge

  • Partial denture

  • Full denture

  • Overdenture

  • Dental implant or implants


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