Dental implants are a popular tooth replacement option, known for their durability and customizable appearance. One common question that patients ask about dental implants is whether they will feel like natural teeth. Check out our blog post for a closer look at how dental implants feel in the mouth.
Categories for Dental Crowns
A dental crown is a protective cap that covers a damaged tooth in order to restore the tooth’s function and appearance while preventing further damage. Crowns can last for up to 7 or 10 years with proper care, but sometimes accidents happen. Read our blog post to learn what to do in the event of a broken crown, including how soon you need to see your dentist.
Dental crowns are a popular method of covering broken, chipped, or decayed teeth. Many patients opt for crowns made of ceramic, since they can be customized to match the rest of your teeth and provide a natural looking smile. Gold crowns, however, are another excellent option when it comes to dental restorations. Read our blog post for a look at some advantages of choosing to get a gold crown.
A dental crown is a common restoration used to repair a damaged or weakened tooth. While dental crowns are designed to be durable and long-lasting, there may be instances when you encounter a loose dental crown. If you have a dental crown that is loose, read our blog post to find out what you should do.
If you have missing or damaged teeth, a dental crown or bridge can be just the solution to restore your smile. Take a look at our blog post for advice on how to ensure proper healing after receiving a dental crown or bridge.
It can be heartbreaking to dive into one of your favorite hard foods only to discover a piece of a tooth missing. Though teeth are strong, they are not immune to cracking or chipping. Before you crack a tooth and panic, read our blog post to find out what you should do!
Dental crowns are a widespread solution to restoring or repairing damaged teeth. The tooth-shaped cap can seal a decayed or damaged tooth, support a dental bridge, or even make a tooth look healthier. Read our blog post to learn more about dental crowns, including how long they can be expected to last.
Did you know that a dental crown can last up to 15 years or longer when properly cared for? That's a long time for restoration but a great advantage when you're not a fan of sitting in the dental chair. Check out our blog post to find out how to care for dental crowns.