Next time you take a trek in Molesey to the museum, really take a good look at anything porcelain; feel it, touch it and look at it and once you have enjoyed the moment, consider something like that in your mouth and what it could do for you. If you have been neglecting your teeth and are suffering from a little tooth decay, there’s a good chance that you are going to have a root canal to save the tooth, or if you have lost the tooth altogether, have an implant to attach a crown to. You can pretty much have a crown made from anything that takes your fancy, but if you want to look natural, a porcelain crown is most definitely an option to consider. Fragile they may be but if you put a full porcelain crown towards the front of the mouth where biting stresses are not so intense, it will well and truly compliment the teeth around it. At the back of the mouth however, you may be better off opting for something a little stronger- like porcelain-over-metal crown that can take all the heat that you throw at it. For the health and natural beauty of your mouth, porcelain crowns will retain and support both of these elements and at a reasonable price too.