Crowns
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When a tooth is severely damaged and requires a large filling, the dentist may offer a crown to restore the tooth. Commonly called caps, there are various crowns available to choose from. The function of a crown is to restore anatomy and aesthetics (in most cases). The majority of crowns are made of porcelain supported on a hidden precious metal base, however all-porcelain crowns are now available. A crown is also used on single implants. To achieve a perfect crown, you will be asked to visit the ceramist’s laboratory so that he or she could choose the perfect colour match for your new tooth.
 
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