Dental crowns and the reasons for them – Part I
Teeth are exposed to decay due to poor oral hygiene and malnutrition. If we take care of these decays early and repair them, they will not require much interference and manipulation by the dentist and they will be easily repaired. But sometimes decays moves further so much that much of the tooth tissue is destroyed and the tooth structure is severely damaged. Sometimes, trauma to the teeth causes the tooth to break. If the tooth fracture is small, it can be repaired with the help of fillers, but in large fractures, the tooth must be protected from further damage by the coating.
Laminating is one of the methods of tooth restoration that is an indirect form of tooth restoration, that is, the dentist molds it after the tooth preparation and preparation and sends the mold to the laboratory for adhesion and then attaches it to the tooth.
One of the major reasons a tooth needs to be laminated is when the tooth is treated with a root canal. Various studies have shown that failure to attach crowns to posterior molar teeth increases the risk of tooth fractures by up to six times. If these fractures occur, depending on the type and direction of the fracture line, the tooth may be unstable and the dentist may have to extract the tooth. However, the judgment and diagnosis of the dentist has a major role in the coating of the teeth after root canal treatment.
Other reasons for the need for teeth to be coated are the presence of very large restorations within the very thin and fragile dental tissue or the presence of small cracks around the filling. In these cases, a dentist is recommended and in order to preserve the integrity of the structure of the tooth, the coating is recommended.
Sometimes it is necessary to apply a coating on a tooth that has been completely destroyed due to damage and that there is no healthy and firm tissue for crown placement. These teeth are usually treated with a root canal, and then part of the filling is emptied into a hollow canal and a post is inserted into the canal, which will cling to the tooth. At the top of the rod, a part called the core is reconstructed like a tooth crown, and then the post and core are attached to the tooth, and the next steps of the crown resume like a normal tooth.
The appearance of tooth-shaped teeth, such as nail-shaped teeth or teeth that are smaller or more deformed with other teeth or have congenital or acquired malignancy, can be corrected by means of a veneer.
For some people who are looking for a smarter smile and brighter teeth, front teeth can sometimes have 6 to 12 teeth, which can help. In these cases, the dentist usually designs and forms the teeth according to the shape of the patient’s lips, face and smile, prior to tooth extraction, photography and digital techniques, and then prepares and prepares the teeth. It has teeth.