Dental crowns can be defined as caps placed over damaged teeth. Dental crowns are generally used to maintain the shape of teeth in dental problems that fillings cannot solve and to restore teeth in tooth decay. While Dental Crowns are preferred to repair broken or weakened teeth, they are usually applied in the following situations:

• Teeth that turn yellow
• Covering a tooth with a large filling
• Holding the dental bridge in place
• Covering a dental implant
• Dental crowns are used to increase dental aesthetics.