Dental Crowns in Lohegaon

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    Lifeberries Health+ Dental Clinic has been providing successful dental treatments across various specialties for the last 15 years, making it the best dental clinic in Pune. 

    We have a team comprising of some of the best dental specialists in Pune, spearheaded by our chief dentist and endodontist, Dr. Surbhi Bhatia L. We are dedicated to providing exceptional dental treatments and care to our patients in a comfortable and painless environment.

    If you are looking to undergo the procedure of dental crown in Lohegaon, you can contact us right away. We help restore your damaged or decayed tooth with long-lasting and painless dental crowns.

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    What Is A Dental Crown?

    A dental crown, also known as a tooth crown, is a tooth-shaped used for restoring a severely damaged, decayed, or weak tooth.

    The dentist will remove a small part of the outer tooth surface, known as the enamel, to make a place for a dental crown. The dental crown will replicate the shape, size, strength, and appearance of the entire visible portion of a tooth lying above the gum line.

    Types of Dental Crowns

    There are several different types of dental crowns that a patient can choose from, based on the patient’s personal preference and oral health needs. The different types include:

    1. Metal crown

    • Metals of gold, chromium, nickel, and palladium are used to prepare metal crowns. 
    • These crowns rarely break or chip off and can usually withstand chewing forces.
    • The biggest disadvantage of this type of crown is its metallic appearance and it is, therefore, generally recommended for use in the less-visible back teeth or molars.

    2. Porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crown

    • This type of dental crown combines the durability of the metal with the natural look of ceramic. 
    • The shade of a PFM crown can be matched to the natural shade of the remaining teeth. 
    • Although this type of crown can last as long as a metal crown, its ceramic coating could chip off over time and cause the metal underneath it to be exposed. Also, this type of crown could cause the wearing down of the enamel of the opposing tooth.
    • The PFM crown can be used for the front or back tooth.

    3. All-porcelain or all-ceramic crown

    • This type of crown matches the natural color of the tooth more than any other type of tooth crown.
    • The all-ceramic crown can be a good restoration option for patients with metal allergies. 
    • It can be used for both front and back tooth restoration.

    4. All-resin crown

    • This type of crown is less expensive than the other types of dental crowns, but is also more fragile and can break easily. 
    • This type of crown is usually used as a temporary crown and usually lasts for approximately three to five years.

    5. Stainless steel crown

    • This is a pre-fabricated type of crown that is generally recommended for milk or primary tooth restoration in children.
    • This crown is cost-effective and usually comes out with the milk tooth when it falls off.

    6. Temporary crown

    • This type of dental crown is made of resin, acrylic, or stainless steel. 
    • This type of dental crown is placed by the dentist over the prepared tooth surface till the permanent crown is ready in the dental laboratory.

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    When Dental Crowns Become Necessary

    A dental crown may be required in the following cases:

    • For strengthening a weak tooth
    • For supporting and protecting a cracked tooth
    • For the restoration of a broken tooth
    • For holding a dental bridge in its place
    • For covering a severely stained or discolored tooth
    • For protecting a root canal-treated tooth
    • For covering a dental implant

    Dental Crowns Procedure

    The dental crown procedure is generally performed in two dental visits. The following procedure is performed during the first dental visit:

    • Tooth preparation: The dentist first removes some part of the tooth’s natural enamel for dental crown preparation. This helps create space for the dental crown and also ensures that the tooth crown stays in place after cementing it to the tooth surface.
    • Dental impressions: The dentist will now take impressions of the teeth with the help of a putty-like dental material, or take digital impressions with the help of a handheld scanner. These impressions will be sent to a dental laboratory. The dental lab technician uses these impressions to make a customized tooth crown for the patient.
    • Temporary crown placement: The dentist could put a temporary crown over the prepared tooth till the permanent dental crown is fabricated in the dental laboratory.

    The second dental visit will be scheduled after the permanent crown is fabricated and sent back to the dentist’s clinic. The dentist will perform the following steps during the patient’s second dental visit:

    • The dentist will first remove the temporary crown.
    • The shape, fit, color, and bite of the permanent crown is then checked by the dentist.
    • The dentist will now make necessary adjustments to the permanent crown if needed.
    • The permanent crown will now be bonded to the prepared tooth surface using dental cement.

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    Benefits of Dental Crowns

    The different advantages of dental crowns are:

    • Extends the life of a severely decayed or damaged tooth
    • Improves biting and chewing function
    • Restores weak, decayed, or broken teeth
    • Improves the appearance of a person
    • Can last for five to fifteen years using a proper oral care routine

    Disadvantages of Dental Crowns

    Dental crowns may be associated with a few disadvantages, such as:

    • Removal of the natural tooth structure (enamel)
    • Tooth sensitivity
    • Risk of fracture 
    • Bacterial entrapment and tooth decay due to improper tooth crown fitting
    • Costly procedure
    • Allergic reaction (rare)

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    Dental Crown Cost in Lohegaon

    The tooth crown cost in Lohegaon will vary depending on several factors. On an average, the cost of dental crown in Lohegaon varies between INR 3500 to INR 12500. The following factors will determine your dental crown price:

    • Type of dental crown given
    • Extent of tooth damage
    • Cost of additional dental procedures done before dental crown placement, such as root canal treatment or dental implant placement
    • Expertise of the dentist
    • Dental clinic’s location and reputation

    Why Choose Lifeberries Health+ for Dental Crowns in Lohegaon

    If you are looking for dental crown services in Lohegaon, you can choose Lifeberries Health+ for the best dental treatment experience. Here are a few important reasons why you should choose us:

    • Experienced dental surgeons
    • Well-trained dental staff
    • Clean and hygienic clinic
    • Best-quality dental materials used
    • The latest dental equipment and technology used
    • High patient satisfaction rates

    If you want to restore your weak, damaged, or broken decayed tooth using a tooth cap and are looking for the best dental clinic in Lohegaon for dental crowns treatment, you should book an appointment with our skilled dentists at Lifeberries Health+ Dental Clinic right away!

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Depending on the type of material used, most dental crowns can last between five to fifteen years by taking proper oral care.

    You can take care of dental crowns using the following different ways:

    • Brush your teeth twice daily with a fluoridated toothpaste and soft-bristled toothbrush
    • Floss your teeth once daily
    • Use an antibacterial mouthwash to prevent the accumulation of harmful bacteria and dental plaque
    • Avoid eating chewy, crunchy, or hard foods
    • Wear a mouth guard at night if you have teeth-grinding or clenching habit
    • Go for regular dental checkups and professional dental cleanings 

    Yes, a dental crown that has improper contacts, is not fitted properly, gets damaged by eating sticky or hard food items, or is affected by gum infection below the dental crown level can lead to food getting trapped under the dental crown. This could lead to bacterial invasion and decay of the tooth under the dental crown.

    The crown preparation procedure is generally done after numbing the tooth using local anesthesia. Therefore, you should not have any pain during the procedure. You may experience mild discomfort or pain after the effect of anesthesia wears off, but pain-relief medications are usually sufficient to manage this pain.

    A root canal-treated tooth is fragile and more likely to crack compared to an untreated tooth. It is therefore recommended to place a dental crown on a root canal-treated tooth to strengthen the tooth and prevent further damage.

    If your dental crown falls off, you should keep the crown safely with you and visit your dentist immediately. 

    The dentist will check your crown and the underlying tooth structure. If there are no damages to either of them, the dentist will clean and cement the same crown again for you. If the tooth or crown has been damaged, the dentist will perform the necessary dental treatments and give you a new crown.

    Yes, if your crown is too old or worn out, or you want a better-looking ceramic crown, your dentist can replace your old crowns with new ones.

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