When you're ready to have a tooth crowned, it can be one of the most important decisions in your life. There are so many options and considerations when you're looking for a crown, but you may not know what to expect until the day comes.

A front tooth crown is a type of dental restoration that is commonly used to replace a lost or damaged front tooth. Front tooth crowns are made from porcelain, metal, or plastic and are custom fit to the specific teeth that they are replacing. When you are getting crowns on front teeth it means that they will stay in place until you decide to remove them.

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Crowns are a popular way to restore tooth look and function. They can help prevent tooth decay, protect teeth from fracture, improve bite alignment, and add years of life to your smile. Here are five things you should know about front tooth crowns:

1. Crowns are a restoration option for teeth that have lost their natural shape or have been damaged beyond repair by decay, injury, or other factors.

2. Crowns are custom-made to fit each individual tooth and can be made from a variety of materials, including Porcelain, Metal, or composite materials such as plastic and fiberglass.

3. Crowns can be glued onto the front of your teeth (on the chewing side) or directly onto the dental restoration (restoration material) that you choose.

If you have a front tooth that is loose, chipped or has a crown that needs to be replaced, it is important to get it done as soon as possible. The sooner the crown is replaced, the less likely it is to become loose and need replacement again.