Pediatric dental crowns are a restorative treatment that protects, covers, and restores the shape of a tooth. This type of restoration is used to treat a decayed tooth.
A child may need dental crowns, which are also called caps, for one of these reasons:
The nerve of a primary molar tooth has been treated
A primary molar tooth is badly broken
The teeth have extensive wear from grinding
The teeth have severe wear from erosion
The teeth are improperly formed
Our dentists can place a dental crown using a minimally invasive procedure called the Hall crown technique. This method uses a stainless steel crown to cover the natural tooth.
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