Indication And Use Of Zirconia Crowns On Decidual Teeth


Indication And Use Of Zirconia Crowns On Decidual Teeth


Flávio Augusto de Moraes Palma*; Izabela Lima Góis; Carol Ellen Silva Tavares; Luiza Gabriella Vale Teixeira; Tamires Mirely Reis Silva; Letícia Martim

Federal University of Sergipe, Department of Dentistry, Lagarto, Sergipe.


Objective: The objective of this work is to analyze the use of zirconia crowns in primary teeth, their advantages, evolution and acceptance within pediatric dentistry.

Methods: An integrative review was carried out using the SciELO, PubMed and Google Scholar databases, with the objective of analyzing the use of zirconia crowns in primary teeth, including 13 articles, following the inclusion and exclusion criteria previously determined.

Results: The literature shows that zirconia crowns provide a well-polished surface and less bacterial adhesion, allowing to prevent plaque accumulation and pigmentation, reducing gingival inflammation associated with rehabilitated primary teeth. Zirconia crowns have superior mechanical properties related to other types of ceramics, which gives durability and resistance to fracture and wear, in addition to a natural aesthetic to the rehabilitated tooth.

Conclusion: It is concluded, therefore, that pediatric dentistry has benefited a lot from this restorative revolution that uses the use of zirconia crowns in children.


Key Words: Preformed zirconia crowns. Zirconia. Dental ceramics.

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Flávio Augusto de Moraes Palma; Izabela Lima Góis; Carol Ellen Silva Tavares; Luiza Gabriella Vale Teixeira; Tamires Mirely Reis Silva; Letícia Martim. Indication And Use Of Zirconia Crowns On Decidual Teeth. International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews, 2021, 4:48. DOI: 10.28933/ijdrr-2021-06-2805


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