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Porcelain crown

Summary Information: Porcelain crown

Porcelain crown: A porcelain crown is an all ceramic dental filling used to cap a missing tooth or parts of the tooth to restore structure and function. A crown is designed after making a dental impression of the patient's bite. A crown may be fitted over the remaining tooth (e.g. after a root canal) or over a dental implant embedded into the jaw. Porcelain crowns provide good color matching to existing teeth, but are not as hard as porcelain-fused-to-metal or all metal crowns.

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