- True or False: Dental crowns can be a solution to a single tooth with damage, decay, or discoloration.
- True or False: A dental crown completely replaces a tooth, leaving no natural tooth to exist.
- True or False: A crown does NOT assist in dental bridge placements.
- True or False: The appearance of your smile will not benefit from a dental crown.
- True or False: Candidates for dental crowns must possess a disease or damage to a tooth.
- True: If you have a tooth that is damaged (fracture, chip, or crack) it can most likely be restored using a dental crown
- False: A crown in restoration procedures caps the existing tooth as a cover to protect and support the adjacent teeth. However, in a dental implant procedure, a crown is attached to the protruding abutment piece to mimic the original tooth.
- False: In some dental bridge applications, the adjacent teeth to the gap are modified to accept dental crowns to secure the bridge into place.
- False: If you have unsightly stains or discoloration, a dental crown may be an option to restore the beauty back to your smile.
- False: A candidate for a dental crown involves restoration, implant, and cosmetic procedures. It is one of the more prevalent dental treatments for teeth with damage, decay, stains, or discolorations.