Crown - A cap shaped like the tooth


 
A dental crown is replacing the natural crown and is most often used to cover the visible part of a damaged tooth. The crown can also be attached to an implant or to a post, which is a metal pin inserted in the root after a root treatment. 
 
On the following pages, you can find more information about crowns.


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Who can profit by having a crown?
Advantages by having crowns
The treatment and materials used
Is crown treatment painful and uncomfortable?
Maintenance and alternative treatment
Crowns abroad



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