In dentistry, a crown refers to a dental cap, a type of restoration that completely cap or encircle a tooth. Crowns are used to protect, cover and restore the shape of damaged teeth, most of the time due to large cavities that fillings alone will…
If you an avid reader of this blog, you would know that my previous post was about challenges is doing dental makeover. I shared with you one of the cases. Now, I’m going to share another case that I faced similar challenges. Choosing a right…
This is what she said to me when I asked her the purpose of her visit.
It was her first time in our clinic and she knew us from her brother whom I did a dental makeover for his front teeth nearly 2 years ago.
Her front upper teeth has multiple composite fillings. She had repeatedly filled the teeth as staining at the margin of the fillings are a constant problem.
Yes, I do agree with her. Composite resin especially at the margin of the filling will pick up stains if not polished well and over the years the overall composite will also discoloured. Crowning the tooth or a capping around the tooth will solve this problem. Dental crown is made from porcelain which is colour stable and will not stain.
Since she wanted a slightly whiter shade crown compared to her existing teeth colour, I proposed 4 full porcelain crown for her center 4 teeth that were filled before and 2 composite veneers on her upper canines to match the colour of her new crowns.
The whole treatment took us 3 visits in a duration of 3 weeks to complete before she finally able to greet the world with her brand new smile.
It looks gorgeous right?
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