How is Your Tooth Prepared for a Dental Crown? Restoring one or several teeth to good form and function requires, besides other procedures the preparation of the teeth for placement of the indirect dental restorations (crown or bridge).
This dental crown procedure will begin with numbing the tooth and surrounding area. Although it is already prepared, your tooth will need to be thoroughly cleaned before the crown is fitted. The dentist will remove the temporary crown, clean all traces of glue from your tooth and dry it.
Dental crowns plays an important role in supporting and restoring the normal structure and appearance of damaged teeth. If any of your front teeth has suffered severe damage, broken or extensively decayed, a dental crown repair is usually recommended. However, it is possible that you can crown your front tooth just for aesthetic improvement.