Even with proper oral care, tooth decay or damage may still occur. Fortunately, dental crowns can serve to repair and strengthen teeth. The team at SEDA Dental in Jupiter, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, Pinecrest, and North Miami Beach, Florida, can expertly place your dental crowns and provide guidance to help make your crowns last. To learn more, call or book online today to schedule your first appointment.
Over time, it is quite common for teeth to become damaged or decay. This can alter the functionality and appearance of your teeth and can lead to larger problems if not treated properly. A dental crown is a special dental cap that is placed over a tooth in order to restore the strength, shape, appearance, and integrity of the affected tooth.
A dental crown can be made out of several different materials, including porcelain, metal, and metal covered with porcelain. The team at SEDA Dental will work with you to develop a plan of care and select the best material for your needs, helping to restore your beautiful smile and preserve the strength of your teeth for years to come.
Dental crowns can serve to address many different dental problems. If a tooth has become cracked due to trauma or misuse, a dental crown can serve to hold the tooth together. A dental crown can also reshape and restore a tooth that has become worn down from use, improving both the appearance and function of that tooth. The appearance of discolored and misshapen teeth can also be improved with the use of a dental crown.
When a tooth becomes decayed, the strength and appearance of the tooth can become compromised. A dental crown can serve to restore both of these factors, saving the tooth from needing to be replaced. In addition, a dental bridge is sometimes held in place by dental crowns on the neighboring teeth. The team at SEDA Dental will determine if you are a candidate for a dental crown.
Initially, the team at SEDA Dental will take impressions of your teeth. A dental crown will be custom-made for you based on these impressions. During the actual installation process, the team will numb the area in order to ensure your comfort and then file and clean the tooth in order to prepare it to receive the crown. They then install crown on the tooth with the use of a special glue, anchoring it firmly in place.
To learn more about dental crowns and how they may be able to restore the health of your teeth, call or book online today to schedule your first appointment with the team at SEDA Dental.