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Crown replacement is a long-term method of replacing teeth. A crown is placed on your individual tooth, similar to a thimble over your finger, where there is no longer sufficient tooth structure left to place a filling.
Crowns are most often made from ceramics and occasionally with precious metals, like gold. Both esthetics and function are considered when selecting the material most suitable for you.
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Ceramic crowns give you the most natural-looking color finish. We proved specialized types that are suitable for your specific needs. This type of crown is best for cosmetic appearance, so if you need a crown in the front of your mouth this is likely to be the best choice. It also can be suitable should you have any metal allergies.
Benefits of crowns with a gold alloy include overall less wear against the surrounding teeth. These types of crowns are best used for out-of-sight molars.
Some instances allow for crowns that are a combination of materials. The two combinations usually are porcelain and gold alloys.