A dental crown is a type of dental restoration that covers over what remains of a tooth. This is often done to strengthen a tooth that has been weakened by decay or trauma. Sometimes the crown is used to strengthen a tooth after root canal treatment. Occasionally, a crown will have the dual function of beautifying the tooth by covering up any cosmetic defects which are difficult to remove or are too destructive to remove.
Crowns are generally categorized by the type of material they are fabricated from. Broadly speaking, we have metallic and non-metallic types. More commonly, we tend to use non-metallic crowns because they have better aesthetics. Also, they are more translucent and have a better biocompatibility. This means the patients will not experience any metal reactions.
Dental Crowns in Singapore costs around $1800.00, depending on its material.