Dental Crown Before After
Dental crowns plays an important role in supporting and restoring the normal structure and appearance of damaged teeth. If any of your front teeth has suffered severe damage, broken or extensively decayed, a dental crown repair is usually recommended. However, it is possible that you can crown your front tooth just for aesthetic improvement.
On the first visit, your dentist examines your tooth to make sure it can support a crown. The tooth roots need to be healthy and free of any other dental issues before a crown can be placed. In some cases, a root canal may be necessary to remove excessive tooth decay.
A dental crown was used to repair the broken tooth. His lower teeth were also whitened. 3. Before: this was a case of a woman that had a missing tooth on the upper back teeth. (at the left side of the photo). She was also unhappy about the looks and feel of the rest of her teeth.