Dental crowns are the best way to protect teeth from decay.
They have a long history of being used as a cosmetic tool in dentistry.
There are many reasons why people choose to use them.
However, some people believe that they can be harmful to the health of the patient.
Dental patients are more likely to have problems with their teeth, while those using dental crown are more prone to developing dental infections.
This is because they have less of a chance of developing infections from their teeth when they are using them.
According to the American Dental Association, people who are regularly using crowns for cosmetic purposes are more at risk of developing infection from their dental work.
According a new study, people using crown use are also more likely than those not using crown to have an increased risk of infection.
In this study, researchers looked at data from nearly 7,000 adults over the age of 40 in the United States.
They looked at the prevalence of dental infection, dental caries and dental crown use and examined factors associated with these three factors.
The researchers found that dental crown users were more likely and had more infections with dental carious lesions.
Researchers also found that people who were using crown were more than four times as likely to develop dental caria, compared to those not.
The study concluded that dental use was linked to increased rates of dental carias, dental infections and infection-related complications.
Some people also report that using crown is harmful for their teeth.
According the American Academy of Family Physicians, people often experience problems with teeth when their teeth are first brushed.
This can be due to the brushing technique being too soft, too hard or not soft enough.
This results in the tooth becoming too rough or it can also cause the tooth to be worn or dentifrice, a tooth-like mineral, to develop.
The American Dampening Foundation said that it has found that it is important to talk with your dentist about how your dental work affects your oral health.
If you have any concerns about your dental care, you can call the National Institute on Degenerative Dentistry at 1-800-272-3333 or visit the NIDDC’s website.