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Crown restorations are one of the most common dental procedures in the world. Every day, thousands of people have crowns placed to fix all kinds of tooth and mouth problems. The process is quite widespread but dental crowns sometimes not well understood. Some people are frightened by the prospect of having a crown restoration.

Dental crowns are nothing to be frightened. The dental crown procedure is logical and basic. More importantly, dental crowns themselves perform very important functions for mouth health, same time for your smiles. Here’s everything you should know about crowns, and why you shouldn’t be afraid if you need to have one. Marmaris Dental Center provides every service for your holiday. And treatment makes it easy, without compromising on quality.

What are the dental crowns?

We use Dental crowns for prosthetic restorations made to restore a damaged tooth to its original size and shape. They are used on cracked, damaged or decaying teeth. It makes sense that the restorations are called “crowns.” because although they sometimes extend down onto the root surface, crowns replace the outer aspect of the “crown” part of a natural tooth.

When affixed, the crown fully encases the portion of the damaged tooth that sits above the gum line. For each tooth, crowns are custom made. They can be made of including ceramics, porcelain-and-metal, gold, or resin.

When are the dental crowns used?

Dentists install crowns to perform several essential functions. Crowns restore broken teeth, prevent cracked teeth from breaking further, support teeth that have large fillings and protect weak teeth. Some crowns are also used to hold dental bridges in place. In each case, the crown supports or replaces a structure that no longer works on its own.

Whenever teeth are severely damaged, cracked, broken, or misshapen, crowns are the most effective solution. Crowns correct the alignment of a damaged tooth and improve its appearance. After a crown is cemented in place, it’s usually the only visible part of the tooth. Crowns don’t stand out or look odd inside the mouth. They are made to look like good natural teeth.

How do dental crowns work? 

Crowns fit on teeth much the same way sewing thimbles fit on fingertips – they fit over the top of a tooth and protect what’s underneath it. They’re cemented in place and, once affixed, act as a new top for the tooth while holding it together and keeping it from breaking apart.

They are constructed of very resilient and durable materials. Crowns are designed to endure the traumas of chewing just as effectively as the rest of your teeth. You can think of a crown-like a cover for the top (visible) portion of your tooth. Crowns essentially become a part of that tooth after the dentist cements the crown to your damaged tooth.

Crown Dental TreatmentHow are dental crowns installed?

Our dentist will apply anaesthetic to numb the tooth, getting the crown and the surrounding gum tissue firstly. Then, we will use a dental drill and an abrasive bur to remove the outer surface of the tooth on the top and all sides, creating enough room for the crown to be placed. If there’s not enough of the tooth left to support the head, they may first add a crown buildup to create a sound foundation on which the crown would sit. The dentist will then make an impression of the tooth using dental impression paste, putty, or a digital scanner. The impact will be sent to a dental laboratory actually to make the crown.

It usually takes about two to six days to get the crown back from the dental laboratory after the dentist sends them the impression. It’s not suitable for the tooth to leave it uncovered over that time, so our dentist will install a temporary crown during your initial visit. When the permanent crown comes back at the dental office, you’ll have a second appointment with the dentist to install it. The temporary crown will be removed, and the new crown will be adjusted to fit your tooth and bite properly. Then Dentists use a special cement to affix the crown to the tooth. When the cement cures, the crown is firmly attached to the tooth.

Why do dental crowns help ?

They restore the shape, strength, functionality, and appearance of a damaged tooth. After you have one place, you’ll be able to use your tooth to chew again without risking damage to what’s underneath it. Crowns protect the vulnerable part of the tooth by physically holding it together and shielding it from damage.

Crowns are also crucial to restoring and maintaining the structural integrity of your mouth and bite. When a tooth decays or breaks, it leaves a gap. That gap can create further problems when it interferes with your bite or when other teeth migrate into it. Crowns restore your mouth’s proper structure, by filling that gap. Last but not least, crowns also restore the appearance of your mouth, as they are mostly indistinguishable from natural teeth.

When do i need Crowns ?

-Chipped or Broken Teeth.

-Worn out / Tooth Decay.

-Support an Existing Weak Tooth

-Covering discolored or misshaped teeth.

-To Cover dental implant(s).

-To Add length to an existing tooth.

-Mask tooth discoloration.



Panoramic X-RayFREE.
Guarantee5 Years
Travel time3-7 Days
Porcelain Crown£125


Panoramic X-RayFREE.
Guarantee5 Years
Travel time3-7 Days
Zirconium Crown£195


Panoramic X-RayFREE.
Guarantee5 Years
Travel time3-7 Days
Cerec Crown£230

Crowns are not the answer for every kind of tooth problem, but they might be the answer to yours. If you think you need a crown, or you’re having any other kind of tooth problem, give MarmarisDentalCenter a call right away.

Whatever your dental health problem, our experts are prepared to offer a solution.