5 Various Types Of Dental Crowns

Various Types Of Dental Crowns

Types Of Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are otherwise called as caps which are worn to protect your teeth from further damage. You can use this crown to cover the tooth after an extensive procedure of root canal treatment is performed.



These crowns are made with materials that are designed with custom made materials. These dental crowns are available in different types of materials. You can choose from any of these after knowing in detail about each material as it has to last long and should exhibit a great amount of durability while chewing foods that are hard in nature. This article would let you know about the various types of crowns to help you in your hunt for a crown.

Different Types Of Dental Crowns

Metal Crowns

Metal Crowns

Metal crowns are made up of various alloys, such as the base metal alloys or palladium which are inexpensive in nature. These crowns are mostly used as they require very less structure of the tooth and the tooth is safeguarded at a higher degree. The metal crowns can bear any amount of chewing and are perfect for covering those molars which are at the far end of the mouth as the metallic color might look shiny on the front teeth.

All Resin Dental Crowns

Resin Dental Crowns

These crowns made with resin material are the most inexpensive option but they are more prone to cracks and fractures.





Also they wear down easily with time and need to be replaced constantly. If you require temporary crowns for your teeth, you can choose these crowns.

Crowns Made Of Porcelain Fused With Metal

Crowns Made Of Porcelain Fused With Metal

This is highly popular among those who wish to have a regular crown. These crowns are designed to match the color of your natural teeth. These crowns also can chip or break but they are highly preferred by many as they resemble the normal teeth.


Sometimes the metal underlining these crowns is visible especially along the gum line. Do not choose these crowns if you have a receding gum line. You can put these crowns on the teeth present in the back and front. You can easily choose these crowns over full porcelain dental crowns as they are much stronger and have strong enduring capabilities.

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Full Porcelain Crowns

Full Porcelain Crowns

These crowns are fully made with ceramic material or porcelain material and also offer the best natural color of the teeth when compared with other dental crowns.

They are not sturdy like the porcelain and metal infused ones but can last much longer. You can opt for these crowns if you have any allergy towards the metals or any other materials. These crowns are perfect to wear it on the teeth in the front row.

Gold Crowns

Gold Crowns

Though not very popular, gold crowns are also the perfect choice. These crowns are the best choice for grinding, clenching and biting strongly in to the food. The high level of durability this crown is amazing and is the right choice for placing on the back of the mouth. They are known for their longevity and are less abrasive. Also while chewing the teeth, these crowns are very abrasive in nature.



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