Why is my front zirconium crown thick?


Determine the Thickness of the Dental Crown

Why is my front zirconium crown thick?(图1)

The thickness of a dental crown is determined by several factors, including the shape, size, and location of the tooth. Before placing a crown on the tooth, your dentist will take an impression of the tooth using a special dental putty. This impression is then sent to a dental laboratory, where the technician will create a custom crown that fits securely over the tooth and is appropriately shaped and contoured to fit in your bite pattern. Once the crown has been fabricated in the lab, it is sent back to your dentist to be cemented. This process usually takes one to two weeks to complete.

Temporary Crown

Sometimes, a temporary crown can be placed over the tooth while you wait for the permanent crown to be completed. A temporary crown is made from resin, a lightweight plastic material that is used temporarily until a permanent crown can be made. It typically looks like the permanent crown will be replaced when completed.

Factors that can affect the Dental Crowns

Although many factors can affect the thickness of a dental crown, certain things can increase the risk of the height being too thick. First, age is a factor that affects the thickness of the crown. As we get older, our teeth may become thinner due to wear and tear over the years. That can make the tooth more likely to fracture if it is not correctly restored with a crown.

Plague builds on the Teeth.

Second, poor oral hygiene is another factor that can increase the risk of a dental crown being too thick. Brushing and flossing your teeth from dental crown Turkey. Regularly can help prevent plaque buildup on the surface of your teeth. And in the spaces between the teeth. Plague builds up on these surfaces and can cause your gums to recede, exposing more of the underlying tooth surface. That can cause a dental crown to be too thick to fit correctly over your tooth.

Dental Crown is too Thick.

Finally, smoking is another factor that can increase the chances of a dental crown being too thick. Smokers often develop deep grooves in their teeth, making it very difficult to get a dental crown to fit correctly. The tracks created by the cigarettes create a space between each tooth that makes it less likely that the zirconia crowns will work properly.

Suppose you are a candidate for a crown and have a good outcome. In that case, we can replace the old dental crown with a new and esthetically pleasing replacement for a considerably lower price than without cosmetic dentistry.