The upper portion of the diamond above the girdle. The crown contains a table facet and depending on diamond shape either star and bezel facets (round brilliant, oval, pear, radiant, princess, heart) or rows of concentric facets reaching from the table to the girdle (emerald, asscher).
The part of a hat above the brim.
The part of a tooth which projects above the gum; also, the top or grinding surface of a tooth.
The upper range of facets in a rose diamond.
The edges of a gemstone above the girdle and surrounding the table. Colored light escapes through the crown in the form of fire.
The portion of a tooth that lies above the gum line.
The part of the stone located above the girdle.
Top part of the diamond above the girdle.
The portion of the tooth extending above the gumline.
The part of any faceted gemstone above the girdle.
is the upper part of the diamond above the girdle.
The faceted part of the diamond above the girdle plane.
Crown refers to the upper half of a diamond, between the girdle (the very thin band of facets surrounding the exterior of a diamond) and the table (the flat top of a diamond).
The part of the tooth covered with enamel and protruding above the gum line.
Arbitrary unit used to indicate the quality of dried fruit. For Sultanas grades range from 1 crown for the poorest quality to 7 crown for the highest quality fruit.Degree-day A measure of the total amount of heat energy available for plant growth. The product of the mean daily temperature in degC (degF) above 10degC (50degF) and the number of days.
the upper portion of a cut gemstone, above the girdle.
Pertaining to a type of restoration that covers all of a decayed/damaged or heavily filled tooth. Crowns are usually made of gold, porcelain or a combination of both and are used when a tooth cannot be restored with a filling. Also a term for the portion of the tooth above the gum level covered by enamel.
anatomical crown - that portion of tooth normally covered by, and including, enamel; abutment crown - artificial crown serving for the retention or support of a dental prosthesis; artificial crown - restoration covering or replacing the major part, or the whole of the clinical crown of a tooth; clinical crown - that portion of a tooth not covered by supporting tissues.
the part of the tooth above the gum line covered with enamel.
The part of the diamond that is above the girdle. It consists of the table and the crown facets below it.
The branched part of a tree above the trunk.
The top half of a faceted gemstone; the portion above the girdle.
An enamel cover put on the tooth to protect below the gum line.
the portion of the tooth covered by enamel. Also a type of restoration that covers all or most of the natural tooth.
The snow which remains on the slope above the crown surface.
The glass above the motif in a paperweight.
Also known as a cap, this type of restoration replaces the missing portion of a tooth or corrects the overall bite.
The natural crown of a tooth is that part of the tooth covered by enamel. Also, a restorative crown is a protective shell that fits over a tooth
The portion of a faceted stone or cabochon above the girdle.
a porcelain covering placed over a tooth to improve it's appearance, or the portion of a tooth covered by enamel
Anatomical Crown: That portion of tooth normally covered by, and including, enamel Abutment Crown: Artificial crown to support a dental device used to replace a missing tooth Artificial Crown: A crown that covers or replaces most of or the whole of the crown of a tooth Clinical Crown: That portion of a tooth not covered by supporting tissues.
The part of the tooth covered with enamel that protrudes from the gum. It also refers to an artificial covering of porcelain or gold commonly known as a cap.
a covering made of porcelain, metal or composite to restore a damaged tooth.
a restoration that covers, or caps, a tooth to restore it to its normal shape and size; the part of the tooth covered by enamel.
visible part of tooth coverad by enamel. Crown - artificial - (cap) restoration made of metal or porcelain covering damaged tooth.( more on the subject)
1. A "natural" crown is the uppermost portion of the tooth that projects above the gums. 2. A restoration for a badly decayed or fractured tooth that covers the entire remaining tooth to restore it to its original size and shape. It is fabricated from porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, or an alloy composed of a precious or a nonprecious metal.
Full coverage for a tooth.When the tooth cannot be restored by a filling a crown is usually fabricated.
this is the part of the tooth you can see above the gumline.
A fixed restoration of the major part of entire coronal part of a natural tooth restoring the anatomy, function, and aesthetics of the original tooth.
The top of a diamond; everything above the girdle.
Also know as a “cap,” is a cover for a decayed or damaged tooth made of porcelain and/or metal.
The upper part of the diamond above the girdle. Consists of a large flat area on top called a table, and several facets below it.
Repair to broken/missing portion of tooth in a complete manner
Part of the tooth above the gum line. A crown also refers to a metal, plastic or porcelain cap that covers the tooth above the gum line.
The portion of the diamond above the girdle.
The top part of a cut stone, above the girdle.
Portion of tooth covered by enamel; also refers to a dental restoration shaped like the tooth it covers.
a covering used to replace the major part, or the whole of the clinical crown of a tooth
The portion of a tooth above the gum line, or a dental restoration covering all or most of the natural crown
Portion of the tooth above the gum line.
1. The portion of the tooth existing above the gumline and covered with enamel. 2. A dental restoration that covers the entire tooth above the gumline and returns it to its original shape.
The top part of a diamond, above the girdle.
The upper facets of the diamond, above the girdle, leading to the table, or the top of a diamond.
The portion of a faceted gem above the girdle.
The upper part of the diamond that is above the girdle. Consisting of a large flat area on top called the table and facets below it.
The part of your tooth above the gum; also a type of dental restoration.
full crowns are like a thimble that covers the tooth and not only strengthens it but can change the shape and colour.
an artificial tooth or cover made of porcelain or metal.
A full covering for a tooth using gold or porcelain. Used when the tooth cannot be restored by a filling.
A cap, cover, or restoration to replace the missing portion of a tooth. (This procedure can also correct general bite with individual teeth or replace missing teeth.)
A false tooth often called a cap
The upper part of a faceted stone. The large flat facet on the top of the stone is known as the table. Cutting The cutting, faceting and polishing of a rough stone. This is the work of the lapidary. Diamond
Artificial - A replacement of the coronal portion of a tooth.
The faceted portion of a gem which rises above the girdle.
Part of the tooth that is covered with enamel and normally projects beyond the gingival margin; artificial replacement is called by the same name.
the artificial covering of a tooth with metal, porcelain or porcelain fused to metal; covers teeth that are weakened by decay or severely damaged or chipped.
A crown is almost like a "cap" on a tooth. It covers the tooth partially or totally above the gum to restore its function and outlook.
There are two dental meanings for crown. The crown of a tooth is the part covered by enamel and visible above the gum line. A crown (or cap) is also a dental restoration that covers the entire tooth and returns the tooth to correct form and function.
(1) The portion of a tooth above the gum line; (2) Dental restoration covering all or most of the natural tooth
The part of a tooth that is covered by enamel and projects beyond the gum line. An artificial substitute for the natural crown of a tooth.
The faceted part (between the flat table and the girdle) of a gem or diamond.
the tooth portion of a dental implant; crowns are attached to the root portion.
The upper part of a diamond or gemstone above the girdle.
Denotes the top part of the gemstone.
A Cap put on a tooth which may be made of gold, inert metals, porcelain or a combination of these materials. The type of material used to make the crown can determine the cosmetic appearance of the crown.
An artificial cover for a decayed or damaged tooth
Also called a cap, a lab-fabricated false tooth used to restore a tooth that has heavy decay, a fracture or a root canal.
The portion of a tooth that is covered by enamel, that is above the gumline. Also a dental restoration that covers the entire tooth and restores it to its original shape. See more about crowns.
Crown Percentage is the comparison of the height of the crown to the depth of the diamond.
The upper part of the diamond, or anything above the girdle.
an artificial tooth or cap which covers a tooth weakened by decay.
The top part of a diamond, from the girdle to the table.
A crown or a cap is a cover for a decayed or damaged tooth made of porcelain and/or metal.
A fixed restoration covering the major part of the natural tooth, usually fabricated of gold, porcelain, or acrylic resin.
An enamel cover (on teeth).
The portion of the tooth that gradually erupts into the mouth and is used for grinding; not the root.
The part of the faceted stone above the gridle.
The upper part of a cut gemstone, above the girdle.
a porcelain, or gold cover for a decayed, damaged, brittle or discolored tooth that has a strong base and roots.
A covering over a tooth that has usually been broken down by decay or accident. It is the same size and shape as the original tooth, and may be made of gold, nickel, or composite.
Referring to the portion of a faceted gemstone above the girdle.
Type of dental restoration designed to fully cover or "cap" a cracked or broken tooth.
The portion of a cut stone that is above the girdle.
("cap") -- part of the tooth that's visible above the gum, or the artificial substitute for it. A restorative crown covers the top part of a tooth that is severely damaged or weakened by decay. A crown is made of metal, resin, porcelain, or porcelain-covered metal, and cemented onto the tooth.
A faceted stone can be divided into an upper and lower section. The upper section or top is referred to as a crown. The lower section is referred to as a pavilion. The perimeter where both parts meet is referred to as a girdle. The flat plane on top of the stone is called a table, and the bottom point (when present) is referred to as a culet.
This is the upper portion of a diamond above the girdle
A crown, sometimes called a cap, is a tooth-like covering placed over a carefully prepared existing tooth. Crowns are made of porcelain, a stain resistant material that closely replicates the appearance and function of natural teeth. Used to strengthen, restore or improve the appearance of your natural tooth, a crown is placed over the individual tooth much like a thimble over your finger. Crowns are also used to support teeth when there is no sufficient tooth structure left to place a filling.
The portion of a tooth that is covered by enamel. Also a cover for a decayed or damaged tooth made of porcelain and/or metal.
That part of any fashioned gemstone above the girdle.
A porcelain or gold cover for a decayed, damaged, brittle or discolored tooth. See "Restoring your teeth" and "Crowns and bridges."
(1) The anatomical portion of a tooth that is not normally (in a healthy mouth) hidden by the gums (the anatomical crown); (2) A restoration that completely covers a tooth. An Acrylic crown is a crown made of plastic. An aluminous crown is an esthetic all.
The crown is the upper part of a gemstone.
a "cap" that covers a cracked or broken tooth, unfixed by a filling, to approximate its normal size and shape.
A crown, or full-coverage restoration (sometimes incorrectly called a cap) is a prosthetic tooth designed by a dentist and usually created by a lab technician (or more recently, a CAD-CAM machine). Crowns can be either metal, porcelain fused to metal (PFM), or all porcelain/ceramic. Metals can either be noble metals or base metals, noble metals having higher content of gold, platinum or palladium.
In dentistry, crown refers to the anatomical area of teeth, usually covered by enamel. The crown is usually visible in the mouth after developing below the gingiva and then erupting into place.