For most people, other than cost, appearance is one of the most important factors when considering dental implants. To make sure you end up with the most natural-looking results, we can help you pick the best shade of dental implant crown that matches your natural teeth.
Picking the Right Shade For Crowns
For the best results, the color of your dental implant crown should match the color of the rest of your teeth. You should also make your choice depending on the color of your hair, skin, and eyes.
A lot of dental experts recommend patients to get their natural teeth whitened first. This is to achieve the best match. When your teeth aren’t white, achieving the best match for your crown can be difficult and tricky.
What Do Dentists Say?
To help you pick the right one, your dentist will let you see a graph containing a color scheme for the dental implants. Your dentist will place a tooth to where your implants would be inserted and check if it will match the color and features of the surrounding teeth.
There are no solid criteria for picking the ideal white color. However, in terms of popularity, the Profile hue overview tops the list. It categorizes the pearly white color scheme into 4 different classifications- A (red-brown), B (red-yellow), C (grey), and also D (red-gray).
You will be asked to choose one color for the implant crown. To make sure you end up with a natural look, remember that the implants need to incorporate a few tones to look as normal as possible with the rest of your teeth.
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