How to care for a dental crown?

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1.Do not eat extremely hard foods or eat them in smaller pieces.

2.Do not chew ice.

3. Don't bite your nails.

4. Do not open bottles or containers with your teeth.

5.Use relaxation splints for TMJ and bruxism.

6.They protect the teeth and crowns from the wear caused by bruxism and help relieve tension in the TMJ by reducing the pressure normally exerted by patients with bruxism.

7.Another way to reduce stress pressure is to practice relaxation activities and habits, especially before going to sleep.

8.Carry out correct oral hygiene at home (and away from home).

9.Attend regular dental check-ups.

10.Perform regular professional dental hygiene.
 
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Caring for a dental crown is essential to ensure its longevity and to avoid any complications. Here are some tips on how to properly care for a dental crown:
  1. Brush and floss regularly: Brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss once a day to remove any plaque and food particles that can accumulate around the crown. This will help prevent cavities and gum disease.
  2. Use gentle brushing techniques: Brush your teeth gently using a soft-bristled toothbrush. Avoid using toothpaste that contains abrasives, as these can damage the crown and the underlying tooth.
  3. Avoid hard or sticky foods: Hard and sticky foods can damage the crown or dislodge it. Avoid chewing on ice, hard candy, or other hard objects.
  4. Avoid grinding your teeth: Grinding your teeth can damage the crown and the underlying tooth. If you grind your teeth, talk to your dentist about getting a mouthguard to protect your teeth.
  5. Visit your dentist regularly: Regular dental check-ups in clinic like FloMo Dental are essential to ensure that your crown is in good condition and to detect any potential problems early on.
  6. Watch for signs of damage: If you notice any cracks, chips, or other damage to your crown, contact your dentist immediately.
By following these tips, you can ensure that your dental crown lasts for many years to come.

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