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Titanium porcelain crowns are an effective restoration method, bringing bright smiles and confident beauty to patients. In particular, the cost is only from 1.5 million/tooth.
Titanium porcelain crowns have been around for a long time but are still trusted to this day. Teeth are composed of 2 parts:
The following cases should use titanium ceramic crowns:
In addition, titanium porcelain crowns are also used in implants or dental bridges to restore lost teeth, improving the patient’s aesthetics and chewing ability.
Titanium porcelain teeth have been a popular choice at dentists thanks to their outstanding advantages. May be mentioned as:
Titanium porcelain crowns are light in weight, so they are often used for the upper jaw and help limit dental bridge collapse. On the other hand, titanium porcelain teeth have the same force-bearing ability as real teeth, helping to improve the patient’s chewing ability. At the same time, the lifespan of titanium and ceramic is also quite long, up to 10 years if properly cared for.
Titanium material is safe and often used in medicine. The outer ceramic coating is also proven to be benign, not causing irritation to the gums and surrounding soft tissues. The thermal conductivity of teeth covered with titanium porcelain is average, so there is no sensitivity when eating hot/cold foods. This creates comfort in daily activities for patients.
The cost of titanium porcelain crowns is only 1.5 million VND/piece, quite cheap when compared to all-ceramic teeth costing up to 7 million. Low price but still ensuring aesthetic restoration and good chewing ability, titanium porcelain teeth will be the perfect choice for patients with limited finances.
Along with the advantages, titanium porcelain crowns also have disadvantages that make them less and less popular:
Due to the metal core, it is not exactly the same color as real teeth. If you look closely, titanium porcelain teeth are opaque white, not pure white like real teeth. Therefore, if the patient has high aesthetic requirements, titanium porcelain teeth are not the optimal choice.
This is what gives patients the most “headache” when using titanium porcelain crowns. After a period of time, the metal part is easily oxidized in the oral environment, causing discoloration at the tooth roots and gum line.
In real life conditions, the average lifespan of titanium porcelain crowns is about 5-7 years. This number is much lower when compared to all-ceramic teeth (up to 20 years). However, patients can increase the lifespan of titanium porcelain teeth by taking proper oral care according to the doctor’s instructions.
There is no perfect method, titanium-ceramic crowns or all-ceramic teeth both have their own advantages and disadvantages. For your convenience, we have created a comparison table below:
|Teeth covered with titanium porcelain
|Teeth are all porcelain
|Alloy frame combined with ceramic shell
|Completely made of pure porcelain
|Best restoration location
|Molars, especially the upper jaw
|Opaque white, relatively similar to real teeth
|Pure white, completely similar to real teeth
|Black gum line
|Twice the size of real teeth
|7 times more than real teeth
|Average life expectancy
|5 – 7 years
|15 – 20 years
|From 1.500.000 VND / Tooth
|From 3.000.000 – 7.000.000 VND / Tooth
|5 – 15 years
To know exactly whether to choose titanium porcelain crowns or all-ceramic teeth, patients should go to a reputable dentist for a detailed examination and consultation by a doctor.
Titanium porcelain crowns is one of the strong services of Da Nang Implant Dental Clinic. Patients have been trusting dentistry for the following reasons:
With the mindset that “treatment starts from the heart”, the dental team is always dedicated to patients. We closely monitor every step in the process of making titanium porcelain crowns and promptly answer all patient questions.
Outstanding advantages of Titanium ceramic crown teeth include:
With its low price, it is not difficult to understand that titanium porcelain-covered teeth have many disadvantages such as:
The answer depends on your financial capabilities. If you have abundant financial resources, of course all-ceramic teeth will be the most reasonable choice. On the other hand, if you want to save money, titanium porcelain crowns also meet your needs for aesthetics and chewing function.
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