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Caps & Crowns –Tooth Cap Or Gold Cap? Get Expert Advice!

Posted by on November 28, 2019 in Coronavirus Policy, Dental Tips, home-sliders, Sandgate, Uncategorised | 0 comments

 Looking for info on a tooth cap or crown? Here’s what you need to know before you invest in a gold tooth cap!

Caps & Crowns – The Humble Tooth Cap Has Come a LONG Way!

Gone are the days of crowns (previously known as tooth caps) in stand-out shades of pewter. These ugly examples of cosmetic dentistry defied logic and common sense, leaving people self-conscious. Nowadays, crowns are almost invisible to the naked eye and an excellent solution when a significant gap needs a’filling.

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What is a crown, anyway?

A tooth cap, or crown as it’s called today, is necessary to disguise a broken or decayed tooth. It’s often put in place to cover up visible decay, a missing tooth or after a root canal treatment procedure. 

A crown can be made up of a number of different materials including ceramic porcelain, gold and metal. Ceramic porcelain dental crowns will allow your tooth to blend in with its little toothy brothers and sisters, meaning that seamless technology will completely disguise the fact that you’ve had any work done at all.

This look provides a flawless finish that will see you being able to smile your brightest once more WITHOUT being afraid of anyone seeing a darkened or grey tooth hiding at the back. Get ready to flash ALL of your pearly whites!

Cosmetic dental work 

Of course, if you’d like to stand out from the crowd you can still invest in a gold or silver crown or tooth cap. It’s the more expensive option, sure, but it carries with it a certain aesthetic that you may enjoy wearing with pride.  

Tooth caps and crowns for little ones

If your child requires a crown, it’s a similar procedure. Talk to your dentist about how this would work. Children who are quite small will most likely have to be put under anaesthetic treatment because of the complexity of the procedure. This might mean navigating a number of issues on their path to tooth health, which may require a visit to a dental hospital rather than an in-house job. Work with the professionals to find a solution that’s the best fit for your family. 

A jewel in the crown

This is your opportunity to take back control of the look and feel of your teeth. Visible tooth decay and breakage can be easily masked by a flawless crown that’s going to make you feel like a million bucks. Forget those old school tooth caps. What are you waiting for?

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