Avoiding trouble with your oral health means avoiding the kinds of problems that make permanent dental restorations necessary to place. At our Dallas, TX dentist’s office, we can support you in your efforts to prevent dental decay and other issues by providing reliable preventive oral health services. With that said, we are also ready to provide care for the people who count on us when active problems need to be addressed. Through restorative work with dental crowns, we can make sure that you have lasting protection when your teeth are hurt by advanced decay, or when physical damage puts them in jeopardy.
The Right Treatment For Your Tooth Is Important
Any time you have a problem that requires restorative dental work, you should make sure that you have the right care provided to you. That may only mean receiving a dental filling for protection, an approach that will minimize changes to your tooth structure. However, in other situations it can mean more involved work that concludes with the placement of a permanent dental crown. You are less likely to need a crown (or any restorative treatment) when you combine consistent smile care at home with regular preventive dental appointments.
What To Expect When You Need A Dental Crown
If you need to have your tooth protected with a crown, we can make sure that the one you receive provides the necessary support to keep your smile safe and healthy, preserve your bite function, and maintain your appearance. For teeth that are easier to see whenever you smile and speak, we can provide crowns that are made with zirconia or porcelain. Both materials can closely imitate healthy enamel. While zirconia offers more functional strength, both options can be counted on to keep teeth safe while also providing cosmetic benefits.
Can My Tooth Trouble Be Addressed With A More Conservative Treatment Option?
We will make the determination to use a crown or a more conservative dental filling after we evaluate your tooth and determine what support it will require. If you are seeking treatment because of a physical injury, we can recommend cosmetic dental work when the problem only affects the way you look. For those who qualify for this treatment approach, we can make sure your smile stays attractive while only making minimal changes to your actual tooth structure.
Talk To Your Dallas, TX Dentist About Treatment With A Dental Crown
Through treatment with a custom dental crown, we can take care to provide your vulnerable tooth with lasting support as well as cosmetic coverage. If you would like to find out more about this or any other approach to treatment that we offer, please reach out to Crown Dental in Dallas, TX today at 214-371-3131.