Placing Dental Crowns That Preserve Smiles

There are times when teeth need to be restored with crowns instead of fillings, which means more of your tooth structure will be changed. Does this mean you need to worry about how you will look after your procedure is complete, or feel concerned over the safety of your tooth? At our Dallas, TX dentist’s office, we can provide options for care that include durable and lifelike crowns. As a result, we can respond to potentially serious issues without altering the way you look, and without compromising your bite function. Remember that we are also here to help you avoid the kinds of issues that make the placement of crowns necessary.

How Restorative Treatment Protects A Tooth Without Changing The Way You Look

If your tooth is covered by a crown, it can be difficult to keep a restoration out of view. Fortunately, this does not have to mean experiencing a permanent change to the way you look. With a crown made from porcelain or zirconia, your treatment can proceed without making a noticeable alteration to your appearance. These materials are strong enough to provide bite support in addition to support for your smile. When back teeth that are harder to see receive attention, we can determine if you need the additional functional strength of a metal or porcelain-fused-to-metal crown.

Planning Restorative Work With A Dental Crown

Through restorative dental work with a crown, we can respond to potentially serious issues with the health or condition of a tooth that requires our attention. We will proceed with this kind of care only after we confirm that you will require more than a dental filling, a more conservative treatment approach. The crown be custom-made, and preparatory work will take place to ensure that there is room for it. Once in position, it can give you long-term protection for an unhealthy tooth while still ensuring that your smile is attractive!

What Role Does Preventive Dentistry Play In Preventing Future Oral Health Problems?

Preventive dental appointments are capable of protecting patients against threats in several ways. One benefit is that your teeth will have any buildup of plaque and tartar removed so that they cannot cause harm to your enamel. Another is that with regular reviews, you can learn about problems before they are serious enough to require more than just dental fillings.

Talk To Your Dallas, TX Dentist About Treatment With A Lifelike Dental Crown!

Through the placement of a lifelike dental crown, we can make sure that your tooth has the protection it needs while we also preserve the way you look when you smile and speak. If you would like to learn more, please reach out to Crown Dental in Dallas, TX today at 214-371-3131.