Full Metal Crowns

Crowns, aka caps, are false teeth that surround a damaged natural tooth. They restore the tooth’s function and appearance and help maintain proper spacing and occlusion (bite). Besides restoring teeth damaged by decay or injury, crowns can address other dental concerns: they anchor a dental bridge, serve as a dental implant cap, and mask stained teeth that don’t respond to whitening.
Crowns decrease the potential of the tooth fracturing due to brittleness or decay and seal against invading bacteria.

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Full Metal Crowns

The term for this crown is actually a misnomer, as it is actually composed of many different types of elements, including but not limited to gold, platinum, palladium, silver, copper and tin. You can’t beat gold crowns for their durability; they last a lifetime. But they are obvious, thus, are ideal for the back teeth.