With Proper Care, Crowns are Meant to Last
Getting a crown is an easy way to protect a badly damaged or decayed tooth. Sometimes called a cap, they help hold together parts of a broken tooth, keep a bridge in place, and improve your overall appearance.
Crowns are a great option to cover misshapen, badly discolored teeth or those most adversely affected by decay, helping relieve you of pain and discomfort, while boosting your self- confidence at the same time.
Crowns usually last between 5 and 15 years, but some can last even longer, up to 25 or 30 years. Their longevity in large part depends on the amount of care and proactive protection crown wearers practice on a daily basis.