The holidays can be a stressful time, and it may seem easy to put some things off until the start of the new year. But if you have recently broken or cracked a tooth, now is the time to speak with your dentist, as this situation can become worse in a hurry. Your natural enamel… Continue reading Make This Holiday The Season For Restoration!
When your tooth is impacted by physical trauma or an advanced cavity, a long-term form of protection will be required. A carefully constructed dental crown can offer this kind of support. Placing one that can be trusted to keep your tooth safe requires careful advance measurements. Providing a crown that offers this support while also… Continue reading Convenience And Lifelike Care With CEREC Crowns
Nothing beats a dazzling smile. But damaged teeth may get in the way of you beaming with your pearly whites. When this happens, your dentist may suggest dental crowns as a way to restore the aesthetics of your teeth and address the discomfort that comes with worn-down teeth. A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap… Continue reading CEREC Dental Crowns: What Is It and What Are Its Benefits?
If you need a crown, you may be concerned about waiting for weeks for your crown to be ready and placed on your tooth. CEREC crowns reduce this waiting period to a matter of hours. With this approach, your dentist can restore a damaged tooth in a single appointment. What are CEREC crowns? CEREC stands… Continue reading Advantages of CEREC Crowns
Since a dental crown is custom made, you can expect your restoration to perform much like a biological tooth. This means that you can eat your favorite foods comfortably. Our holistic dentist provides CEREC crowns, which are biocompatible and natural looking restorations that can be placed in one, convenient office appointment. What are dental crowns?… Continue reading How well will I be able to eat with a dental crown?
When a tooth has been extensively damaged by decay or injury, the right restoration can preserve the tooth and help to maintain the patient’s dental health. A tooth that has structural integrity can function properly, which ultimately benefits the entire smile. Dental crowns, which are tooth-shaped caps that are placed atop a biological tooth as… Continue reading Dental Health and Tooth Restorations
Dental crowns are commonly used in dentistry. These tooth-shaped caps protect teeth from damage and decay. Unlike a filling, crowns fit over the entire visible portion of a tooth. Because tooth decay is extremely common and teeth tend become damaged with wear and tear—especially in a patient’s later years—crowns are often necessary to prevent further… Continue reading Tooth Restorations: How CEREC crowns can help