Misshapen teeth:Teeth that are naturally out of shape are called misshapen teeth. They can be made to look better by bonding crowns to their surface.
Chipped teeth: Teeth may sometimes chip off near the edge when the patient takes a hard blow to the mouth. This can result in the tooth losing a certain edge, giving the smile a displeasing look. Crowns can be used to restore such teeth as well.
Cracked or broken teeth: Though the enamel is the hardest part of the human body, it may break or sustain cracks when the patient takes a hard blow to the mouth or has a bad fall. When left untreated, the tooth could get infected or completely fail due to crack propagation. Hence, restoring it with a crown is a great way to save it.
Worn out teeth:Regular wear of the teeth isn’t harmful. But, when the patient suffers from a condition called bruxism, which is night-time teeth grinding, the teeth may get worn down to the stumps. This ruins their aesthetics and makes it quite difficult to chew food. Crowns would perfectly restore the tooth to its ideal shape and size.