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Crowns
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" to cover the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and improve its appearance. The crowns, when cemented into place, fully encase the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line.

Single Unit Crowns
Dr. Huynh believes in practicing with the latest technology and materials. He recommends zirconia crowns. These crowns are the most aesthetic dental products with a long life span. They can withstand pressures faced by your natural tooth due to the constant chewing and grinding performed on a daily basis. A zirconia crown can match the shade of your natural tooth color all the way to the gum line. In the past, dentists used porcelain fused metal crowns, which are very obvious to the naked eye as the metal on the inside of the crown produces are dark line around the margins of your gum. Zirconia crowns are much stronger than its competitors and therefore less likely to chip. Crowns should be treated like your natural teeth and requires cleaning and flossing around the area to ensure a longer life span. Over a long period of time, your dentist may recommended a new crown when appropriate. It is recommended that you follow up with your dentist every six months for a cleaning and check up to detect any early signs of problematic symptoms.

Crown Lengthening
When decay has grown below the gum line and is near the bone, placing a crown in that position will irritate the surrounding gum tissue. As a solution for an ideal fit and seal, a crown lengthening procedure is performed by removing a bone tissue that is close to the margin of the tooth. Then there will be adequate space between the gum crown and bone.

Stainless Steel Crowns
SSC is performed when the decay is very large and for patient who is not compliant to good oral hygiene. The SSC is a stainless steel prefabricated crown that is prepared in the office and place on baby teeth with total crown coverage. The dentist would usually remove the decay and reduce some tooth structure and cement the SSC in place with Ketac cement. Usually SSC are done after the tooth has gotten a pulpotomy.

Tooth Colored Crowns

Composite restorations

Extraction of primary dentition and permanent dentition



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