Dental Crowns Save Vulnerable Teeth

dental-crowns-save-vulnerable-teethWhat happens when a tooth struggles to sustain the pressures of biting and chewing? How do you address a damaged weakened tooth? If it becomes an issue, you can protect it by having it fitted with a dental crown. Dental crowns are often counted on to take care of a tooth after a serious cavity, and are the go-to restoration after a root canal has been performed. If your tooth suffered physical damage, or if wear and tear has affected it to the point that it demands attention, you may also benefit from having a crown placed. You can enjoy a lifelike restoration in less time thanks to CEREC technology, which allows your dentist to produce and place your crown in only one visit.

The Cosmetic Advantage Of Porcelain Dental Crowns

Porcelain is tough enough to handle the rigors of chewing and biting. It is also popular because, unlike with a metal crown, it can be constructed to have a realistic look. The material is a good visual match with your surrounding natural teeth, and will easily blend with your smile. That combination of looks and function have helped make porcelain crowns popular with patients.

CEREC Makes It Possible To Receive A Dental Crown Faster

What CEREC technology offers is a chance to have your tooth restored in less time. Your dentist has the tools on hand to design your crown, and have it produced, in their office. Instead of waiting for a dental lab to take the provided measurements and construct it, it will be ready during your initial visit, so that you can leave with a restored smile in one visit.