Ideally, you will not need a dental crown after your next dental exam. These restorations effectively protect vulnerable teeth by keeping them safe from infection and by providing them with functional support. With that said, they become necessary when a problem with your tooth is too serious for a dental filling – in other words, the type of problem you should hope to avoid! Your Dallas, TX dentist is prepared to fully restore your smile if you need a dental crown. Based on the function and responsibility of the tooth being restored, we can recommend one of several different materials to craft your crown.
Different Material Types Can Provide Different Benefits
The different material types used to make a dental crown can offer different benefits. Material like porcelain and zirconia can create lifelike restorations, which can be beneficial if you are having work done on a tooth that is harder to miss when you smile and speak. However, if you have treatment on one of your molars or premolars and worry less about your appearance, you can have a metal or porcelain-fused-to-metal restoration put in place.
Choosing A Dental Crown That Expertly Mimics Your Tooth Structure
With porcelain and zirconia crowns, we are able to restore your tooth while taking care to preserve your appearance. These restorations can be made to closely match the appearance of your healthy enamel. As a result, you can show off a smile that still appears natural even if your crown is in a prominent place! After a root canal procedure, or after having a dental crown placed on a dental implant, you can use a lifelike crown to both restore your bite function and restore confidence in your smile.
We Can Make Sure Your Crown Is Strong Enough To Support Your Tooth
If you have treatment done on one of your back teeth, it can be important to make sure that it has the support you need to bite and chew with confidence. These teeth tend to take on more pressure than those teeth at the front of your smile, so the durability of your crown is certainly a concern. Because of this, we can recommend a metal or porcelain-fused-to-metal crown to provide enduring protection.
Talk To Your Dallas, TX Dentist About Receiving A Dental Crown
At Columbia Dental And Orthodontics in Dallas, TX, patients who are bothered by a dental problem can come to our practice to have their smile’s health and appearance restored. When necessary, we can place a dental crown on your tooth so that it is effectively supported against future problems and strong enough for you to bite and chew with confidence. To find out more about how we can help you restore your smile and oral health, please call our Dallas, TX dentist’s office at (214) 827-8000.