Dental crowns are used for a wide array of tooth restoration efforts.
If your tooth is damaged and likely to break, too broken to be restored, or needs to be cosmetically restored, we may recommend a dental crown. Dental crowns can be crafted to look like your natural, remaining teeth. They are essentially a tiny cap that is put over what remains of your tooth. It can help restore the function, shape, and size of the tooth and make it stronger and more durable.
There are many reasons as to why you may need a dental crown. If you have a cavity that is too large for a filling, have missing teeth and require a dental bridge, are getting dental implants or root canal treatments, or simply want to cover up a poorly shaped or colored tooth, a dental crown may be the answer for you. Crowns can be made from a ceramics, porcelain, composite resin or metal alloys, all which can be crafted to look just like your remaining natural teeth.
Crowns are comfortable and versatile and offer many benefits. For one thing, they preserve your natural teeth. Losing a natural tooth can be costly, painful, and can lead to a wide variety of dental health issues. Because of this, it is important to save your natural teeth at all costs. A dental crown can also correct a dental imperfection and give you the smile that you’ve always wanted, no more dealing with chipped or discolored teeth. When it comes to teeth that have been injured, decayed or hurt, a crown will restore and preserve the tooth and help prevent any further damage. A crown is a long-lasting solution that will keep your teeth beautiful and functional for years to come. Because it is tailored to match the rest of your teeth, it is almost undetectable in your mouth. Your smile will be restored back to its beautiful, healthy self in no time.