Implant Crowns: Tips For Preventing Damage (And What To Do If It Does Break)
The crown portion of a dental implant is the visible part that resembles a tooth. While the implant itself, which is the metal post inserted into the bone, should last you for life, the crown can suffer damage. The following guide can help you avoid damage to the crown while also providing you with help if the crown does break. Eat (and Drink) Cautiously With an implant, you can eat just about any food that you enjoyed with your natural teeth, but you still want to be cautious.