WHAT ARE DENTAL CROWNS
A dental crown covers the anatomical structure of a tooth, for which reduction of the natural tooth is required to allow space for the crown materials. It is an individual restoration for a specific dental piece (or tooth).
As in all fixed prostheses, the teeth are made by hand, personified for each patient, and adhering to the needs of their dental and oral anatomy.
There are several kinds of crowns: metal, porcelain and metal, and porcelain at the same time. Your selection depends on professional recommendation and cost.