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dental crown

Dental restoration made of porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, stainless steel, gold alloy, and other base metal alloys. The crown usually covers the tooth from the occlusal surface to the gingival margin.
See also: crown
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The dental crown and bridges market in Europe is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.0% over the forecast period.
The use of finite element analysis (FEA) in dentistry rehabilitation helps understand the characteristics of the individual prosthetic dental crowns components, their physical and chemical properties, and the optimal environmental conditions because they offer the best performance.
Like dental crowns, they are fabricated from porcelain for durability.
performed a study comparing the dental crown sizes of 49 patients with 45, X Turner syndrome to control groups or related and unrelated individuals.
Table 1--Mean and standard deviation (kN) of the maximum force needed to fracture the dental crowns, and Dunn's test comparisons.
The measurement method of the dental crown's long axis angulation, used in this study, proved highly reproducible, because of the few systematic and casual errors found.
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But considering that on the blunt area of the dental implant is covered with the dental crown that is made from ceramics, part of the mastication force effect is taken by it.
Patients will pay $2,000 for a dental crown in the US and $1,000 in the UK, but only $400 in Mexico, $350 in Venezuela and Thailand, $300 in Turkey and India and $100 in Philippines.
This cost includes the implant, the abutment, and the dental crown. This makes a dental implant procedure affordable for those who have really been wanting to have the procedure done for a while.