How Dental crown is done?
In problems such as fracture and wear of the protective enamel layer in the tooth due to various impacts, there are decreases in chewing function. In such cases, depending on the measurements taken by dental technicians, artificial structures created in certain molds are applied to the problem area. An artificially obtained Dental Crown is placed in the patient’s mouth, and after adjusting the chewing and speech functions, it is permanently glued. In order for the crown to be glued to the relevant part of the tooth, the incision process is applied on the tooth. Making the incision is to ensure that the natural teeth with the teeth to which the veneer will be made are in the same structure and maintain naturalness in terms of appearance. During the procedure, the patient will not feel any pain or pain. Let’s note that the patient does not show any signs of discomfort during the procedure in the locally drugged area.
Attention to the cleanliness of Crowns is very important for their longevity. Especially the edges of the teeth that support the prosthesis, the gum should be well cleaned during brushing. Teeth should be brushed twice every day and cleaned using dental floss at once. These measures will allow the removal of plaque that causes the formation of bacteria. Here, it is important to clean the plaque between the teeth and gums. In order to prevent broken and damaged porcelain crowns, hard substances should be avoided and not chewed in nutrition. By visiting the dentist on a routine basis, he should be careful to be constantly under control.