When the first impression matters…
An honest smile is always welcomed. People who smile are recognized as more friendly and easy going. Those who make a good first impression enjoy better work and social lives. Generally, people miss happiness in their everyday lives, so seeing a smiling person with a great approach to life is for them like finding that missing piece, because a smile is often contagious.
On the other hand, people who never smile may be considered dishonest or lacking their self-confidence. They may have problems with building stable social relationships both in their private lives and at work.
There may be thousands reasons to smile. There may also appear some situations that can make you refrain from smiling. However, if one of them is teeth that are not perfect you should know that you can fix this problem fast and without any complications, because dental crowns abroad may be the perfect solution for you. Take a look why.
Dental crowns are mounted to the existing teeth or teeth implants and they are durable prosthesis that – contrary to a denture – can only be removed or replaced by a dentist abroad. A single crown can be made from porcelain or more resistant materials such as gold, alloys, acrylic and ceramics which are particularly recommended for molar teeth. Crowns are aimed to serve you for years, and when properly mounted you will be enjoying their advantages for long years. Find more information about dental crowns on our page!
When can I choose dental crowns?
Dental crowns can be used as a reconstruction of damaged, discoloured or broken teeth. They can also be used to replace huge fillings or to mount a bridge when a tooth is missing to avoid empty spaces that might result in malocclusion. This type of dental treatment can also be applied to strengthen a broken or weak tooth, or just for cosmetic reasons to correct its look, shape or colour.
A dental crown with Medical Holidays Abroad can be mounted during two appointments, but a patient must make sure that they have prepared their tooth and their whole mouth for prosthetic treatment before. Check our article about celebrities and their dental stories, that proves – everyone can have a Hollywood smile!