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Empire Dental Clinic Hungary
H-9200 Mosonmagyaróvár, Királyhidai u. 3. Hungary (See on Map...)

Phone: 00 800 / 800 10 800

Tel./Fax: +36 96 208 208



Dental crowns protect badly decayed or damaged teeth while maintaining a beautiful smile.

The problem

  • The existing tooth structure weakens and can no longer support the filling
  • Extensive damage or decay
  • Discoloration or compromised aesthetics
  • Fractures

The solution

Crowns Crowns provide an ideal way to rebuild teeth, which have been broken, or weakened by decay or a very large filling. The crown fits right over the remaining part of the tooth, making it strong and giving it the shape and contour of a natural tooth.

Crowns can be made from different materials such as ceramic crowns, porcelain bonded crowns (PBCs) and metal crowns. You and your dentist will decide which type is appropriate, depending upon the strength requirements and aesthetic concerns of the tooth involved.


Dental crowns are highly durable and are excellent restorations. They conceal the damages of your teeth, by providing a natural look. Dental crowns used to be made with a metal foundation. However today, porcelain bonded crowns or ceramic crowns have developed to provide you a more refined aesthetic experience. These advanced ceramic crowns can look fantastic and natural. Porcelain crowns are used when teeth are badly broken, or when there are large fillings or a big area of tooth decay that cannot be fixed with a filling. Ceramic or porcelain crowns are typically used on the front teeth, where appearance is important, while metal ones provide more support in the back.


However crowns are excellent restorations, they might have a few disadvantages. They are highly durable, but they will eventually need to be re-cemented or replaced due to normal wear.

Sometimes, a tooth may still need root canal treatment before being crowned. However, this indicates that the interior of the tooth was already inflamed, infected or necrotic and would have eventually needed root canal therapy anyway.

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