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Crowns or Full Coronal Coverage Primary Teeth

In certain cases of highly damaged primary teeth, where a significant portion of the tooth is missing, we select to place children’s stainless-steel crowns, aiming at the integrity and longevity of our recovery. Contrary to a simple filling that will either run the risk of detaching (due to low fixture) or breaking (the filling or the worn tooth due to the latter’s low resilience), the coronal coverage (crown for children) covers the tooth in its entirety, making it resilient and invulnerable until its natural exfoliation. Children’s crowns, given the size of the primary teeth, need to be particularly thin and resilient, thus they are made mainly from stainless steel.