Dental Crowns

Dental Crowns

If you are missing one tooth or a consecutive set of teeth, and you find that you are missing out on opportunities due to lack of self-confidence, then you are not alone. There is no shame in letting the way your appearance looks have an effect on the rest of your life, but there is something that you can do in order to fix it. In today’s article we are going to discuss the different benefits that dental crowns have had on patients time and time again, focusing on four main benefits.

Dental crowns are able to restore your ability to have a full set of healthy and strong teeth. dental crowns have often given patients the opportunity to finally have a new tooth that is able to replicate natural teeth in various different ways.

Versatility

The great thing about dental crowns is that they’re able to be used in a wide range of different dental restorations. Caps can often be used for broken common damaged, falling out, or even dental implant or dental bridge support. Many dentist have found it beneficial to also used dental crowns as a way to cap a root canal for added protection.

Aesthetic Solution

Aesthetically speaking, a dental crown is typically made out of porcelain materials that most closely replicate the translucent quality of natural tooth enamel. Our cosmetic dentist with many years of experience are able to ensure that the contours and shading of each dental crown is perfectly to your liking and the natural look of a regular tooth.

Protection

Dental crowns are designed to “cap” existing teeth or a dental implant. This cap fits over the top of either of these two bases and are bonded into place. For example, an existing tooth that may be broken, cracked, or decayed is able to be restored by means of a dental crown that provides added protection from bacteria.

Chewing Support

When you lose a tooth, the functionality and chewing support of your teeth is greatly affected. Due to this fact, over the past several years, dental professionals have been working to make dental crown materials stronger so that you can continue to eat food that you would have with a natural tooth.

Ask My Platinum Dental About Dental Crowns

If you have still have more questions about dental crowns and would like to speak with a local Broken Arrow dental professional, and then we invite you and your loved ones to give My Platinum Dental a call as soon as possible. By giving our Broken Arrow office a call, you would be able to make an appointment for a consultation that can lead them on the path to a healthier and happier set of teeth.