Restore Your Smile with Dental Crowns at a Reasonable Cost
What Is A Dental Crown?
If you’re struggling with severely damaged, decayed, or broken teeth, you’re not alone. We’ve seen countless patients that understand exactly what you’re going through, and we’re proud to have helped them achieve a beautiful smile with the use of dental crowns.
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that is fitted over your existing tooth and sealed, protecting your existing tooth and restoring a healthy, youthful appearance. It is a safe, effective treatment for damaged teeth that can help protect your teeth, repair your smile, and boost your confidence.
What Are The Benefits Of A Dental
Crown & When Are They Needed?
Crowns can serve as an effective solution for many common tooth issues, including strengthening weak teeth, camouflaging discolouration, restoring broken teeth, protecting cracked teeth, and more. The procedure typically takes place over the course of two visits, one for measuring and prep work and one for installation.
To install a dental crown, we carefully remove a small amount of your tooth’s enamel to ensure a snug fit, which prevents complications like tooth decay. Dental crowns are made of a wide variety of materials like metal, porcelain, and ceramic, all of which have advantages and drawbacks. We’ll offer expert advice to help you decide which dental crown is right for you.
How To Look After
Your Dental Crowns
With proper care, your dental crowns can last upwards of thirty years! However, the average lifespan of a crown is between five and fifteen years. It’s important to know how to maintain your crowns to keep your smile looking its best for as long as possible.
Keeping your dental crown in optimal condition requires twice-daily brushing with fluoride toothpaste, daily flossing, using antibacterial mouthwash, and regular dental cleanings. We’ll monitor the condition of your crowns on an ongoing basis to ensure optimal oral health.
Restore Your Oral Health
Your oral health is connected to whole-body wellness, and damaged teeth can seriously impact your overall well-being as well as your confidence. Contact us today for more information on how we can help you restore your oral health and give you back your smile!